Die Tageszeitung

Germany

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Die Tageszeitung, commonly referred to as taz, is a cooperative-owned German daily newspaper administrated by its employees. It focuses on current politics, social issues such as inequality, ecological crises both local and international

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While women die - How a global anti-abortion movement worsens the dramatic abortion situation in Nigeria

According to the WHO, Nigeria accounts for almost twenty percent of global maternal deaths, one reason being: unsafe abortions.

The Children of Chiquimula

In Guatemala, severe malnutrition perpetuates one of the highest rates of stunted children in the world — and climate change is making the situation even worse.

Sexual Violence Against Men

It happens in conflicts all over the world, yet nobody is talking about it: The rape of men. This investigation wants to explore this topic in the refugee settings of the Rohingya in Bangladesh and Syrians in Jordan.

How to kill a virus?

The fight to eradicate Polio is about to suffer a serious setback, as the international community is negotiating the terms of what might amount to the handing back of Afghanistan to the Taliban.