Stories from 14 May 2016
Why Twitter Users in Quito Can't Stop Talking About Orange Juice
"Buy orange juice from the young guy on the corner and then medicine at the neighbourhood pharmacy, reactivate the economy, everyone's happy."
A Hub for African Digital Art, From Science Fiction Maasai Warriors to Star Wars Re-Imagined in Africa
What if after an annihilation of humans by a lethal virus brought by aliens, the only survivors were the beautiful and strong Maasai people?
For Long-Suffering Refugees, a Three-Star Respite in Athens
It's been a long, dangerous journey, so Ali Jaffari first thought it was a scam when a Greek friend offered his family a room at a three-star hotel in Athens.
Lower Castes in India Are Still Clearing Human Waste With Their Bare Hands, Despite Laws Against It
According to a recent report, many rural households in India continue to engage in manual scavenging, finding that it has less to do with poverty than with enduring caste-based discrimination.
Kyrgyz Musicians Deliver a Stirring Rendition of Game of Thrones’ Opening Theme
Watching this on loop might just be the perfect between-episodes-fix for compulsive addicts of the cult HBO show.