The epidemic of violence and death associated with Mexico's drug war is destroying the lives of many people caught in the middle.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 18, 2011 -- Public Radio International (PRI) announces the appointment of Andrew Sussman as Executive Producer of "PRI's The World," a co-production of
In the fight against Moammar Gadhafi, Libyan rebels are trying hard to use the media as a weapon. The task is proving difficult.
The Kingdom of Bhutan has banned smoking in public places. It's against the law to grow or import tobacco, and tobacco smugglers can get 3 years in prison.
Drug smugglers in Colombia have a low-cost way to transport cocaine: narco-submarines. Authorities are struggling to keep up, and the technology keeps improving.
Mohammed Bouazizi, credited with starting the Tunisian revolution when set himself on fire in protest, is still grieved by many. But his family still struggles.
The global brainstorming sessions Pecha Kucha are named after the Japanese word for chit chat. Now, Pecha Kucha is helping post-earthquake Japan recover.
South Sudan is poised to become Africa’s newest nation, but NGOs will still provide basic services to almost 90 percent of the country.
The webzine Hijab and the City defies stereotypes of hijab-wearing women in France, and takes the fight against anti-Muslim sentiment online.
After Serbia's experience with international military action against Slobodan Milosevic, may in Serbia have sympathy for Gadhafi's current situation