Turkana’s semi-nomadic life amid livestock in Kenya

On a hot day in January, tribesmen armed with Kalashnikov and G3 assault rifles bring their cattle to water in the dry Turkana region of northern Kenya. The men herd cattle, sheep and goats, protecting their livestock from rivals. ‪The Turkana are armed with clean, well-maintained rifles because of frequent feuding with other tribes, among … Read more Turkana’s semi-nomadic life amid livestock in Kenya

New York mayor marching in St. Pat’s parade after gay rights uproar

New York City’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade turns fashionable Fifth Avenue green on Thursday, and Mayor Bill de Blasio will end his two-year boycott over gay rights and march in the world’s largest Irish heritage celebration. After parade organizers agreed to allow a second lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender group to march under its … Read more New York mayor marching in St. Pat’s parade after gay rights uproar

Germany’s top Nazi hunter to keep up chase for another decade

Undeterred by dwindling numbers of living suspects, Germany’s top Nazi hunter is determined to keep tracking down criminals involved in Hitler’s murder machine for another decade. As a handful of new Auschwitz-related trials get underway, Jens Rommel says his work is getting more difficult every year and yields only modest results. But it still matters. … Read more Germany’s top Nazi hunter to keep up chase for another decade