Photo Features Wolf Hunting in Siberia In the Siberian state of Yakutia, the exploding number of wolves is impacting indigenous livelihoods. Meet Ion Maxsimovic, the region's best Wolf Hunter. Bajau Laut: Last of the Sea Nomads An ethnic group of Malay origin, the Bajau Laut have lived almost entirely at sea for centuries. They are some of the last true nomads of the ocean. Pasola: Blood Sacrifice in Sumba The Pasola festival takes places annually on the Indonesian island of Sumba - ushering in a bountiful harvest, it involves huge amounts of bloodshed. Svalbard: Arctic Cod and Climate Change Fish is Norway’s most valuable export, more than its vast oil fields. And in the delicate Arctic ecosystem around Svalbard, scientific monitoring is essential to preserving fish stocks. Inside the War on Wildlife Crime Wildlife crime not only threatens nature’s most iconic species, but exacerbates poverty and corruption, funding an entire spectrum of international crime. Politics and Violence in Papua New Guinea Intertribal conflict in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea has reached new heights during the run-up to the political elections. Among the Kazakh Eagle Hunters A look at the lives of a family of Kazakh Eagle Hunters in a remote region of the Altai mountains in Bayan Olgii, Western Mongolia. Cholitas: Fighting Back in Bolivia Yolanda Veraluz was one of the first cholita luchadores in Bolivia. Like almost all her fellow female wrestlers, she’s indigenous Aymara.