November 10, 2015 / Untold Stories by Pankaj Khadka

A success story of a former school administrator who left for Qatar for greener pastures and, after a couple of years in the Gulf, decided to return to his hometown and change his fortune.

November 3, 2015 / PRI's The World by Jeanne Carstensen

There’s no more room to bury the dead. Sypros Galinos, mayor of the Greek island of Lesbos, announced that the area in the main cemetery reserved for refugees who have drowned at sea is full.

November 2, 2015 / Kent State Magazine by Anna Hoffman

Irish is the official language of Ireland, but its use is in rapid decline, and UNESCO lists it as an endangered language. A community of Irish speakers scrambles to revive their cultural treasure.

October 30, 2015 / Untold Stories by Rodrigue Ossebi

For the African diaspora in France life is often hard: Discrimination, lack of acceptance, a lasting struggle to complete their educations and to become full members of society.

October 30, 2015 / PRI's The World by Jeanne Carstensen

Refugees, aid groups, and Greek authorities and locals are all under more strain on Lesbos as the death count mounts.

October 28, 2015 / The Atlantic's Citylab by Matthew Niederhauser

Brazil’s Homeless Workers’ Movement stages occupations to protest rising corruption and inequality in South America’s biggest city.

October 28, 2015 / Nature by Kenneth R. Weiss

The island nation of Kiribati is one of the world's most vulnerable to rising sea levels. But residents may have to leave well before the ocean claims their homes.

October 26, 2015 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette by Rich Lord

In West Bank cities like Hebron and villages like Susiya, efforts to keep Jewish settlers and Palestinians apart create stark realities.

October 26, 2015 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette by Rich Lord, Larry Roberts

As Israel remembers slain Prime Minister Rabin's efforts for peace, citizens march to revive his movement.

October 25, 2015 / Untold Stories by Charlotte Bellomy

In French public schools, where the topic of religion remains largely taboo, students and teachers are faced with the intricate task of navigating identity and inclusion.

October 24, 2015 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette by Rich Lord, Larry Roberts

Sam Bahour moved from Ohio to the West Bank two decades ago to build businesses in a new country that has yet to gain independence.

October 24, 2015 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette by Larry Roberts, Rich Lord

While the news footage suggests that Israel is all knives, stones and bullets, a political middle quietly tries to bring cultures together despite a backdrop of fading hopes for peace.

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