|AREA||143,998 sq km|
|GDP||40,109 milion € (2013)|
|MEDIAN AGE||24 years|
Mohamed Iqbel Ben Rejeb, president of RATTA, the Rescue Association of Tunisians Trapped Abroad, sat in a chair in the hall of a hotel in Avenue Bourguiba, the Champs Elysées of Tunis. His phone was constantly ringing. He screened every single person entering the building. With him was the father of a jihadist fighter killed in Iraq. His name was Mohamed too.
Matteo Latorraca • Monday, 12 September 2016 10:35
Atrain trip to Dhaka, the poor but teeming capital of Bangladesh, begins with beggars, dogs, goats and a forest of train platform legs. It continues with not being able to find a seat – not even on the roof of the train.
Lijia Zhang • Saturday, 29 June 2013 14:58
Bangladesh is among the poorest and most overpopulated nations on earth. Many of its citizens want nothing more than to leave, which neighboring India knows. As a result, New Delhi is gradually building a barrier that is ultimately expected to run length of the border between the two countries.
Emiliano Bos • Saturday, 29 June 2013 09:01