February 13 Issue

Cover story U.S.
Sex trafficking flourishes where men work in isolation; lately, that's meant even the dark corners of America's farms.
On the Brink
In Focus

On the Brink

Najin, a female northern white rhinoceros, comes within a few feet of a park ranger at the Ol Pejeta conservancy in Kenya, where conservationists are trying desperately to save this sub-species from extinction. There are now only five left in the world, of which three live at Ol Pejeta after moving from a zoo to the reserve in 2009. A total of 1,215 rhinos in South Africa were poached last year, their horns fetching prices that continue to rise.
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Newsweek's reporter files an eyewitness account of the battle to defend the strategic airport against Russian-backed soldiers.
New World
Tens of thousands of poachers descent on the Balkans every year to shoot birds - then served in Italy.
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The Mauritshuis in Holland is to host to the largest ever art loan from New York's Frick Collection.