Over several years, photographer Steve Forrest has documented the hustle and bustle of College Green, an area of grass outside the Houses of Parliament that regularly plays host to television interviews with politicians. From the premiership of Tony ...


Since 2015, Burmese photographer Ko Myo has been documenting the battle to save Myanmars elephants. The country is home to one of the largest wild elephant populations in Southeast Asia, but specialists are warning that they could be wiped out within ten...


Brexit means....? On 11 July 2016, the day she became Prime Minister, Theresa May famously said that "Brexit means Brexit". Almost a thousand days and a thousand political convulsions later, both the British public, and increasingly the ...


"We're so lucky to have British soldiers bringing us firewood" says Kaisa-Wenche Vivisdatter, a volunteer at a remote trekking cabin. High in the mountains of a Norwegian national park, nearly 400 km north of the arctic circle, the enormous ...


In 2011 South Sudan gained independence from Sudan and become the worlds newest country. Yet old grievances between different communities in the new nation quickly erupted into a brutal civil war in 2013, causing thousands to seek safety across the ...


Ivory Coast is uniquely dependent on cacao which accounts for 40% of national export income and is thought to be the main source of livelihood for around 6 million of the country's 26 million inhabitants. Ahead of Ghana, the other major producer in West ...


Soon after becoming President of the newly independent Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev made an announcement that shocked the nation. The fledgling nation's capital would no longer be Almaty, the country's oldest and largest city but Akmola, a town almost...


The death of four US soldiers in Niger in 2017 put the spotlight on the west African country in a way that it has never experienced before. Already it seems like people's attention is beginning to fade as new catastrophes engulf the news cycle. That ...


Parmigiano Reggiano is one of Italy's premier export products and a pillar of Italian cuisine that has become a staple of middle class kitchens the world over. Its rustic image - the dense, uneven chunks of cheese made of unpasteurised milk that can ...


Today's cruise ships resemble small towns, complete with shops, restaurants, cafes, discotheques, fitness rooms, casinos, swimming pools and even mini golf courses. In the fight against boredom, a team of animators organises round the clock activities ...


Less than four weeks before the United Kingdom is due to leave the European Union, failing a last minute compromise or extension of the negotiating period, Piotr Malecki walked around London and asked a random mix of people how they thought Brexit would ...


On 7th January 1979, the Vietnamese Army entered Phnom Penh and established a pro-Vietnamese Kampuchean state, known as the People's Republic of Kampuchea, liberating Cambodia of the scourge of the Khmer Rouge killing machine. The Khmer Rouge leadership,...


It's common for western charities to collect used clothes and ship them, by the bale, to Africa as a form of aid. These donations, discarded by well-meaning Americans and Europeans, rarely make it to the end-user as charity though. Instead, donations are...


"I pointed out to the little prince that baobabs were not little bushes but, on the contrary, trees as big as castles; and that even if he took a whole herd of elephants away with him, the herd would not eat up one single baobab." Antoine de...


The shores of Lake Naivasha northeast of Kenya's capital Nairobi, made famous by the film 'Out of Africa', are covered in swathes of greenhouses producing one of the country's most valuable agricultural exports. Two fifths of all roses sold in Europe are...


Over the past 15 years, Paraguay's landscape and economy have undergone drastic changes. Production of genetically modified soybean has bolstered the landlocked country's coffers to make it one of the fastest growing economies in Latin America. As of ...