Japan’s Secret to Taming the Coronavirus: Peer Pressure
Despite its name, the Sea of Galilee in northern Israel is actually a freshwater lake, and it's one that has sustained life for millennia. Even today, the lake irrigates vineyards and local farms that grow everything from green vegetables to wheat and tangerines. Its archeology, hot springs and hiking trails bring tourism and livelihoods for local ...
We drove along Butchers Street in Kabul, the stripped carcasses of lamb and goat hanging on meat hooks swaying in the wind, gaggles of men argued over prices and butchers boys heaved the meat onto their backs and delivered them to waiting trucks.