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Venezuelans continue to flee the country as the economy shows no signs of recovery
09/30/2023 12:22 PM
Venezuelans continue to leave their homeland in record numbers. It is the largest refugee exodus ever recorded in the Western Hemisphere.
A 'modern masterpiece' paints pandemic chaos on cloth made of fig-tree bark
09/30/2023 12:14 PM
Kenyan-British artist Michael Armitage painted Curfew after a violent flare-up in Mombasa, Kenya, during the early days of the pandemic. One art critic calls it a "modern masterpiece."
Almost all ethnic Armenians have fled Nagorno-Karabakh in a mass exodus
09/30/2023 11:57 AM
Nearly the entire ethnic-Armenian population of Nagorno-Karabakh has fled to neighboring Armenia after Azerbaijan assumed control of the enclave.
How the Sikh community in Canada is reacting to the India-Canada standoff
09/30/2023 11:57 AM
NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Moninder Singh about the reaction of the Canadian-Sikh community to accusations that India was involved in the killing of a Canadian-Sikh activist.
Anger grows over Ukraine's largest Orthodox church, still aligned with Moscow despite war
09/30/2023 10:00 AM
Millions of Ukrainians still worship in Orthodox churches deeply influenced by Russian clergy who support Moscow's invasion, sparking a clash of faith and national loyalty.
Protests roil in Armenia following military takeover of ethnic enclave in Azerbaijan
09/29/2023 9:00 PM
Protests continue in the Armenian capital Yerevan after the collapse of the breakaway government of ethnic Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh.
Slovakia's elections could have big implications for Europe and war in Ukraine
09/29/2023 8:41 PM
Slovakia, a member of both NATO and the EU, holds national elections on Saturday. The likely winner is an party that rejects NATO's military support of Ukraine and is sympathetic toward Russia.
South Korea teachers seek protection from harassment by students' parents
09/29/2023 8:41 PM
South Korea's government recently revised its laws to protect teachers' rights, following street protests by teachers, who say harassment from parents has driven some teachers to commit suicide.
Chagos refugees continue the decades-long fight for justice
09/29/2023 8:41 PM
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Olivier Bancoult, leader of the Chagos Refugee Group. Fifty years ago, the UK forced the Chaggosians off their land to make room for a US military base.
'Sparks' author Ian Johnson on Chinese 'challenging the party's monopoly on history'
09/29/2023 7:30 PM
Xi Jinping and China's ruling Communist Party have displayed a dogged obsession with controlling the historical narrative. But there's a group of underground historians fighting back.
More than 2,500 migrants crossing the Mediterranean died or went missing this year
09/29/2023 6:45 PM
The staggering toll increased more than 60% from last year, when fewer migrants attempted the dangerous journey to Europe. This year so far, the majority of migrants are arriving in Italy.
What's behind the debate to re-authorize PEPFAR, the widely hailed anti-HIV effort?
09/29/2023 4:33 PM
The program launched by President George W. Bush is credited with saving 25 million lives. Some in Congress want this year's reauthorization tied to language that the bill will not "promote abortion."
Despair flows after England's Sycamore Gap tree is cut down. Could it regrow?
09/29/2023 4:07 PM
The famous tree in northern England is believed to have been around 200 years old. Efforts are under way to salvage it through regrowth or grafting ? or starting over from a new seed.
Dozens are dead after a blast in Pakistan at a rally celebrating birthday of prophet
09/29/2023 10:21 AM
A powerful bomb exploded near a mosque at a rally celebrating the birthday of Islam's Prophet Muhammad in Pakistan, killing at least 52 people and injuring dozens more, officials said.
Thousands of families are caught up in the fallout between Canada and India
09/29/2023 9:13 AM
As India suspends issuing visas to Canadian citizens, those who used to straddle between the two countries are being caught in the middle of a diplomatic standoff.

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