After seven months of upheaval, Syria's top businesses remain loyal to the government, but small business owners are split.
Small-scale miners in Colombia are fighting to protect their lands from large corporations looking to cash in on the country's gold rush.
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.
Journalist and author Reese Erlich talks about Libyan dictator Moamar Gaddafi's death and whether the Assad regime in Syria might be the next to fall.
Gazans are finding new ways to evade the economic blockade implemented by Israel. Pulitzer Center grantee Reese Erlich traveled to the Palestinian territory to see how residents were coping.
Iraq has one of the worst displacement problems in the world--more than 1.3 million people remain displaced and many Kurdish refugees say the government has done nothing to help them.
Laura Pollán, an outspoken Cuban opposition leader, died Oct. 14. Pulitzer Center grantee Tracey Eaton was among the last to interview the activist.
As Iraqis prepare to travel to Mecca for the annual pilgrimage, a small village on the road to Saudi Arabia has become a major source of tension.
Despite a ceasefire between Party for Free Life in Kurdistan and the Iranian government, civilians displaced by the violence living in the Qandil Mountains in northern Iraq are wary of going home.
Pulitzer Center grantee Jesse Hardman talks with Latitudes on WAMU about the dangers Burmese migrants face in the Thai fishing industry.
Pulitzer Center grantee Peter DiCampo's photographs on post-election violence in Ivory Coast are featured in Human Rights Watch’s new report "They Killed Them Like It Was Nothing".
Pulitzer Center grantee Tracey Eaton talks with Nelson Rubio on the Miami radio program Actualidad 1020 AM about a new text messaging campaign in Cuba.