The movement of refugees into Europe has subsided, but there are still thousands of migrants and asylum-seekers in Europe who are awaiting word on their status: Will they be granted asylum, or not?
PRI's The World
Childhood obesity is on the rise in Brazil. But thousands of school gardens around the country are trying to change children's eating habits by helping to build a connection to fresh food.
A 2009 law requires Brazilian cities to buy at least 30 percent of ingredients for meals in public schools from family farmers. The law has helped poor farmers and improved the quality of meals.
Dr. Zoi Livaditou is a Lesbos native. She has worked as an emergency medicine doctor in war zones in places like Afghanistan, Gaza and Haiti. Now crisis has come to her home.
Scientists in Greenland are using cutting edge technology to track tiny changes to predict what a warmer future might hold for the island's giant ice pack and the rest of the world.
A few of Greenland's biggest glaciers began melting a decade ago. And scientists are trying to puzzle out a mystery story with big consequences for the future of the island's fast-melting ice sheet.
In 2007, the HIV rate among drug users in Cebu was 0.4 percent. By 2013, more than 50 percent of injecting drug users tested positive.
One in five children in sub-Saharan Africa die before their fifth birthday and 10 percent of all sub-Saharan Africans are disabled. What are the causes?
Iceland is—geologically speaking—a crazy place. The local language includes a specific word to describe the phenomenon for a volcano detonating beneath a glacier and triggering a flash flood.
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.
Refugees, aid groups, and Greek authorities and locals are all under more strain on Lesbos as the death count mounts.
Photographer Misha Friedman talks about Ukraine's first female police officers.