Samantha Power, the US ambassador to the United Nations, has written extensively on how the US should respond to humanitarian atrocities. She's had some success putting that into practice in the Central African Republic — but not so much in Syria.
Turkey and Armenia have been talking recently about normalizing relations, but they're divided still by conflicting accounts of mass killings of Armenians that happened almost a century ago. The World's Aaron Schachter reports.
Brazilian seafood stew, Vietnamese Banh Mi or Armenian Lahmajun — those are just some of the tasty delights on the menu for PRI's The World's Marco Werman and food critic Steve Dolinsky as they take a culinary tour of Boston.
Armenia's president is about to make history by signing an agreement with Turkey. Many Armenians living abroad feel it absolves Turkey of responsibility for what they call the Genocide of 1915. The World's Aaron Schachter has more.
Much of the former Soviet republic of Armenia temporarily lost Internet service last week. The reason? A woman scavenging for copper in neighboring Georgia cut the cables that serve Armenia. Reporter Shant Shahrigian reports from Yerevan.