A small railroad in northern Russia brings life to the remote villages of Avnyuga and Soyga twice a week. For Taiga's residents, who anxiously await the train conductor, it is their only connection to the outside world.
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The "Save Mollem" campaign says infrastructure projects are threatening an ecologically rich national park in India's western state of Goa. New Delhi has made some concessions, but activists say industry is prioritized.
The battle for Idlib is likely to be the last, bloody conflict in the Syrian war. Refugees have fled the city in droves, but Huda Khayti is determined to stay and fight for her Syria — with peaceful means.
While restored internet access following a seven-month blackout has offered hope for renewal, Kashmir's economy has taken a hard hit. DW spoke with Kashmiris about what comes next as the region goes back online.
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