A Few Key Things to Keep in Mind when Living in Morocco

Article If you're North Africa-bound look at both the pros and the cons of this traditional kingdom. This piece was published by Wall Street Journal on July 15.
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Meet Cuba’s Last Water Healers

Feature and photos The Acuaticos are a Cuban mystical sect – some call it a religion – that believes water alone can cure all disease. Its followers mistrust all formal institutions, including schools, hospitals and the government in general. This feature and photostory was published by Fusion on July 13.
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Cuba’s Vibrant LGBT Community

Feature Cuba has granted more gay and LGBT rights, like free gender reassignment surgery since 2008. The El Mejunje nightclub, for instance, organizes Cuba's only official drag show and beauty pageant known as Miss Transvestite. This feature was published by USA Today on July 10.
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Islam Thrives in Communist Cuba

Feature As Muslims across the globe celebrate the holy month of Ramadan, they are joined by a small but vibrant community of Muslims — about 10,000, based on their own estimate — who are blending Islamic values and Latin American customs in Cuba. This feature was published by USA Today on July 2.
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Paraguay’s Junk Orchestra

Video One person's rubbish is another person's treasure. In the outskirts of the capital Asuncion, musicians aged from 8 to 19 of the Recycled Orchestra of Cateura play music with recycled instruments from a nearby rubbish dump. This video was produced exclusively for The Associated Press in May 2016. It was released on July 1, 2016.
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