refugee

Conflict & Justice

Burmese monk in exile

Marco Werman speaks with U Gawsita, one of the monks who took part in last year's uprising against the government of Myanmar. 12 months later, he's living in a boarding house in Utica, New York as a political refugee.

Global Politics

Sudan advocates' worry for Darfur

Darfur advocates say they're increasingly worried about the humanitarian situation in Sudan's Darfur, now that President Omar al-Bashir has expelled 13 foreign aid groups. And they say they're concerned the Obama administration is taking too long to address the looming crisis. The World's Jeb Sharp reports.

Global Politics

Hillary Clinton goes to Africa

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's 11-day trip to Africa begins with a focus on Somalia, though she won't actually be visiting the war-ravaged nation. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's East Africa correspondent Peter Greste in Nairobi.

Arts, Culture & Media

Global Hit: praCh Ly

Corey Takahashi profiles U.S.-based rapper, �praCh� Ly, who has become known as the voice of Cambodian refugee rap. And it all began with a CD he made on a karaoke machine in his parents' garage.

Arts, Culture & Media

Romas under attack in Europe

Europe's largest minority group, the Roma, is struggling to cope with a rise in attacks against Romas in several countries. That's prompted a surge in asylum requests from Romas hoping to leave for Canada. The World's Laura Lynch reports from Hungary.