Mexico's drug war is seeping across borders into Central America, bringing an escalation of violence and drug use in the region.
Mexico's drug war is seeping across borders into Belize, escalating violence in the region. Nick Miroff follows a counter-drug patrol team through the forest.
South Sudan will become an independent nation Saturday, but many speculate about what the future will hold for the new country.
There are unique challenges ahead for Afghanistan's growing journalistic community.
Photojournalist Narayan Mahon has been working on an ongoing project called Lands In Limbo to document the state of what he calls "unrecognized countries."
Rape of women and children is reportedly on the rise in the camps in Haiti. Michel Martin interviews Lisa Armstrong about the women she has encountered and the stories they have shared.
Angry civilians attacked U.N. offices in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo, accusing U.N. peacekeeping troops of failing to protect them.
Pulitzer Center grantee Kelly Hearn talks to NPR On Point about the historic environmental lawsuit filed by indigenous people of Ecuador's Amazonian rainforest against U.S.-based oil company Chevron.
Africa's Lake Victoria, the world's largest tropical lake, is shrinking. As its waters subside, battles over the lake's resources increase.
Mike India, a one-man radio operation, spends his nights on the mic trying to convince Rwandan rebels to lay down their arms and go home.
Government and militia factions have signed a peace deal to end a deadly conflict in eastern Congo.