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The Fragile Songs of the Sumatran Rhinos

“The more I know, the more I love about the Sumatran rhino,” says veterinarian Zulfi Arsan  about the smallest and oldest rhino species. With only a few dozen left in the wild, captive breeding may offer the rhinos their best—and perhaps only—hope. 

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The Fragile Songs of the Sumatran Rhinos

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First Look: The Shining Jewel

Often an angle least considered is the bird’s-eye view—straight down, this came to mind when I thought about photographing the Kung Abdullah Sports City Stadium.
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First Look: The Shining Jewel

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The Modernist

Independent. Confident. Inclusive. Three watchwords for art collector and social-media activist Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi, whose Barjeel Foundation is showing how much Arab modern art has to say.
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The Modernist

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The Art Bridge

How does art influence our attitudes toward the cultures artists come from and express? To find out, we looked at a children’s museum, a public mural, an online comedy and a touring hip-hop quartet.
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The Art Bridge

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Khartoum: A Tale of Two Rivers 

Sudan’s capital Khartoum is the gift of not one but two Niles—the White and the Blue—at whose meeting point arose a three-part metropolis.

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Khartoum: A Tale of Two Rivers 

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FirstLook: Jumeirah Beach, Dubai

It was as if Dubai's sand "reflected ... not the forms of the towers but the humanity that built them," says photographer Bjorn Moerman.
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FirstLook: Jumeirah Beach, Dubai

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