April 13, 2015 / PBS NewsHour
Tom Hundley, Steve Sapienza
Small, affordable motorcycles are transforming life in Southeast Asia, but there is a deadly downside.
April 7, 2015 / PBS NewsHour
Steve Sapienza
In Cambodia, motorcycle sales have surged in recent decades, but so have fatalities from motorcycle accidents.
February 19, 2015 / PBS NewsHour
Larry C. Price
Award-winning photographer Larry C. Price looks at children working in the gold mines of Southeast Asia.
October 31, 2013 / PBS NewsHour
Jon Sawyer
Democratic Republic of Congo is home to the longest-running conflict in Africa. But after decades of battles and more than five million deaths, UN peacekeeping forces are bolstered by a new mandate.
October 20, 2013 / PBS NewsHour
Jim Wickens
Environmentalists believe thousands of dolphins are killed and used as bait for sharks.
September 17, 2013 / PBS NewsHour
Steve Ringman, Craig Welch
PBS NewsHour's Ray Suarez narrates the first of three reports on climate change in the Arctic region, focusing on crabs in Alaska's Bering Sea.
July 26, 2013 / PBS NewsHour
Marvin Kalb
Marvin Kalb discusses his newest book "The Road to War: Presidential Commitments Honored and Betrayed" with Ray Suarez on PBS Newshour.
July 17, 2013 / PBS NewsHour
Fred de Sam Lazaro, Simone Ahuja
Aboriginal children are getting the opportunity to go to school thanks to the Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences, an alternative education system in rural India that mixes learning with sports.
July 11, 2013 / PBS NewsHour
Larry C. Price
Photojournalist Larry C. Price captures the long workday of 9-year-old Karim Sawadogo.
July 10, 2013 / PBS NewsHour
Larry C. Price
A gold rush has brought new opportunities, and challenges, to the desperately poor nation of Burkina Faso in West Africa.
July 5, 2013 / PBS NewsHour
Larry C. Price
Gold production has more than doubled in Burkina Faso in recent years. However, that boom has led to an increase of child laborers working in cramped and dangerousl mining conditions.
June 20, 2013 / PBS NewsHour
Eliza Griswold, Seamus Murphy
Journalist and poet Eliza Griswold and Seamus Murphy, a London-based photographer, set out to document Afghan life through the prism of oral folk poems shared among Pashtun women.
June 19, 2013 / PBS NewsHour
Eliza Griswold, Seamus Murphy
For many Americans, Afghanistan is a country shrouded in mystery, particularly its women, literally shrouded under a burka, silent and seemingly impenetrable.