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Stalking a Killer: Ebola and the Hunt for its Source

by Pete Muller

In 2014 the world witnesses the largest outbreak of the lethal Ebola virus. Before surfacing in Guinea, and later spreading to Liberia and Sierra Leone, the virus was largely relegated to the remote forest regions of Central Africa where sporadic…

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Into Existence: South Sudan at Independence

by Pete Muller

On July 9th, 2011, the swamps and plains of southern Sudan became the world’s 193rd country. For decades, across this vast and largely vacant landscape, unspeakable violence and devastation prevailed. More than two million people perished as southern rebels waged…

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Turning Tides: Congo’s War Against the M23

by Pete Muller

In the fall of 2013, the war between Congolese forces and rebels known as M23 culminated in a fierce battle on plains of volcanic rock in Congo’s east. For more than a year, M23—a formidable rebellion with ties to Rwanda…

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Zimbabwe: Observations from a Quiet Place

by Pete Muller

Zimbabwe is a fascinating and beautiful country that journalists often overlook. It has been under the authoritarian rule of President Robert Mugabe since 1980, the year in which his political movement, ZANU-PF, overthrew white rule following a hard-fought guerrilla campaign….

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Battling Impunity: Rape Trials in Eastern Congo

by Pete Muller

In the lush hills of eastern Congo, a brutal war rages against female inhabitants. As rival militias fight for control of territory and resources, women’s bodies often become components of the battlefield. Each year, thousands of women are raped in…

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Machine Gun Americana

by Pete Muller

On the edge of Oklahoma’s Ozarks, where prairies ascend to rolling hills, an outgrowth of American tradition thunders in the air. Under a powerful summer sun, gun enthusiasts peer down the sights of devastating weapons at the annual Oklahoma Full…

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Egypt in Crisis

by Pete Muller

While Egypt’s awe-inspiring, popular revolution technically concluded in 2011, its reverberations continued in the years that followed. The social cohesion that once bound Egypt’s myriad political factions has deteriorated and the country has slipped into a series of rancorous political…

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Cattle Raiders of South Sudan

by Pete Muller

I am deeply intrigued by the pastoralist tribes of southern Sudan. Their way of life seems quite unchanged since its inception on these plains thousands of years ago. The social, spiritual and informal political structures within the pastoralist societies here…

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