Iraqi refugee Amer Mohammad is considering his next move, as Turkey and its neighbors consider how to handle the millions of refugees looking for homes. His main goal? Get to Germany. So, for now, he's camping outside an Istanbul bus station, waiting to travel.
Indian colleges and universities worried about attacks against their female students have imposed curfews to keep them from leaving their dorms at night. But the students are pushing back with a campaign called "Pinjra Tod," which means "break the cage."
Upcoming budget negotiations will be Congress' best chance for months, perhaps years, to remove a legal prohibition preventing the CDC from researching gun violence. But political leaders suggest that's almost impossible.
Health officials have been warning residents around the Middle East to stay indoors as a thick cloud of dust is passed through the region. The sandstorm has been blowing around since Monday effecting several countries.
This week marks the 35th anniversary of China's one-child policy. Sunny Yang, is part of that generation of only children. As she comes of age, she contemplates her experience as an only child, her son's experience, and whether she wants a second child now that the policy has loosened.
PRI will integrate its editorial operations with international news company GlobalPost in a bid to reach a larger — and younger — digital audience and to do more important international storytelling across all of PRI’s platforms.