Manchester Strong, Trump and NATO, and the Philippines declares martial law
May 24, 2017
Britain increases its threat level to "critical." Also, from Uganda, the story of a nun who spent years helping girls escape abduction. Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe taught the girls to sew — a project so successful that she's now opening another vocational center. Plus, the beautiful interiors of Mumbai's taxis.
Stories in this Edition
Sex trafficking affects 16 million people in India at any given time. Often, a family member is responsible for their circumstances, but getting away is complicated.
People rarely look up. If they did, inside a Mumbai taxi at least, they’d notice a canvas that holds the most unusual art.
The war in Syria has had devastating effects on access to education for children remaining in Syria, and for those who are now refugees. Zainab Abdo, 21, is one of them.
President Trump is with the organization he called "obsolete" on the campaign trail. Here's what he — and NATO — want from the meeting.
Britain has raised its terror threat level to the highest possible rating and deployed troops to guard key landmarks.
There are two conflicting narratives emerging from Mindanao, neither of which is entirely right.
For 15 years, Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe has been picking up the broken pieces of girls' lives and putting them back together. She's helped thousands of girls in Uganda — now she's helping girls fleeing civil war in South Sudan.