The presence of magma does not necessarily mean an eruption is in the volcano’s future, but it calls attention to the potential hazards of overlooked volcanoes that have quietly simmered for tens of thousands of years.
By the end of 2017, more people have been forcibly displaced than at any other time since World War II—68.5 million by the UN’s latest count. In this month’s issue, we focus on those migrations, and the
"It is a country people flee through, not flee from. Niger’s fate depends on whether it holds off the chaos and maintains a semblance of order, or succumbs to it altogether."
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