Stories about History from April, 2016
A data journalism project sheds light on all 33 different governing bodies during the Paul Biya administration in Cameroon.
While Puerto Rico is in the midst of a financial crisis, dramaturg Lin-Manuel Miranda's success has brought happiness and hope.
The confiscated jewelry items in this collection are "tangible reminders of the insidious evil of plunder and dictatorship during the Martial Law."
"Typewriters challenge us to be more efficient, to see our errors on paper, so we are more careful not to make mistakes."
The cards mark Kazakhstan's National Day of Lovers on April 15, created by the government as an alternative to the Western celebration.
"Before there was Skype and FaceTime, a Filipino scientist invented a television-telephone."
The film’s producers launched a crowdsourcing campaign, seeking 6,000 USD to finance the production of 1,000 DVDs, which will be distributed freely in schools, universities, libraries, and cultural centers.
In less than a year, Palmyra lost many of its archaeological monuments. A project founded by jailed Syrian activist Bassel Khartabil wants to restore the ancient city with 3D models.