The Water Wars portal is highlighted in a special edition of Foreign Exchange devoted entirely to global water issues. Daljit Dhaliwal interviews Pulitzer Center journalist Alex Stonehill and draws on the portal to share video reports and student perspectives. Rose George, author of The Big Necessity also joins the program to discuss the critical issue of sanitation.
Pulitzer Center grantee Michael Kavanagh reported from inside a UN compound in eastern Congo, which faced a storm of protesters.
Pulitzer Center grantee Michael Kavanagh goes to a town inhabited by the FDLR, the Rwandan Hutu armed group considered a terrorist organization by the US government.
On top of his losses to wheat stem rust, George Mukindia watched 30 acres of his wheat burn in the flames of Kenya's recent post-election violence.
Mukindia's fields are near Eldoret, where 30 unarmed civilians were slaughtered in a church on New Year's Day.
Tensions are so high between the government and the CNDP in North Kivu that aid groups are having a terrible time moving across front lines.
Rwanda invaded eastern Congo last night, according to the Congolese Ambassador to the United Nations.
This morning Laurent Nkunda's forces took over the Congolese army's biggest base in the east, about 45 minutes from Goma.
"We've been at war for 15 [sic] years and now they choose to tell us to pray for peace."
A press release in the Democratic Republic of Congo announces that "violence has reached its highest level in years."
When pro-independence demonstrations erupted in Kashmir over the summer, Danish Shervani said he hesitated to take part until he saw women and children shouting in the streets.
His initiation was painful. A band of riot police trapped him away from the crowds and beat him with bamboo shafts, breaking several bones and shattering a kneecap.