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European Aid Workers Warn Winter Could Bring ‘Tragedy at Any Moment’

As soon as you reach the Greek border village of Eidomeni, it’s obvious that the number of migrants moving through overwhelmingly outnumbers the locals. This is a tiny town that just 150 rural Greeks call home, but visit the town now and you’ll witness a never-ending flow of migrants on the move. Most carry only […]

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I Came to Athens…And I Got Punk’d

I arrived in Athens knowing just two Greek words: Opa and Ouzo. Other than this being the home of Apollo and the Acropolis, I knew nothing about this city. In fact, Athens wasn’t even on my “must see” list. The only reason I’m here is because my Turkish visa was about to expire and I needed […]

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LGBTI Refugees Flee Syria for the U.S.

After Hasan Salem and Jaafar Moustafa were outed in Syria, they had to flee for their lives. Now they’re finding refuge in the United States. For the full report I did for TIME, click here

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Finding Bliss in Büyükada

  In Istanbul, the symphony is always playing. The honks of car horns, screeches from worn out break pads, shouts from shopkeepers desperate to sell their goods, all make for a city soundtrack that is on constant ‘replay.’ It’s a lively and energetic urban beat, but sometimes you need to hit the ‘pause’ button. For a […]

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