Climate action in Paris Sunday had two faces, but both were focused on "system change, not climate change"
Three years of conflict in Central African Republic have taken a huge toll on the country's women.
The impact of oil on livelihoods in Uganda
Photos, watches, cellphones, taken from the bodies of some 90 migrants – Syrian, Pakistani and Sudanese - who died at sea on three boats in the Mediterranean and kept by Italian police to identify them and help convict people smugglers
Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, raising the risk of disease, according to the United Nations. To mark World Toilet Day on Nov. 19, Reuters photographers around the globe photographed toilets in their cities, towns and villages.
Two years after Typhoon Haiyan hit the Phillipines, survivors told the Thomson Reuters Foundation their stories. Yolanda, as it is locally known, was the strongest typhoon ever to make landfall, killing more than 6,300 people and uprooting 4.1 million from their homes.
Tension is building in the Niger Delta swampland ahead of the end-year expiry of an amnesty aimed at bringing stability to the region
Cambodia is seeking a way out of its post "killing fields" mental health crisis through reconciliation projects and education.
The Nukak Maku is Colombia’s last known nomadic tribe, forced to flee their lands by warring factions in the country's 51-year conflict
Albino children from Tanzania spend last few days in New York before returning home
Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world. October 5 is World Teachers' Day.
Thousands of women have lost their husbands to the conflict between Boko Haram and the Nigerian army
Turner prize winner Anish Kapoor and Chinese artist Ai Weiwei lead a protest walk through central London in support of refugees