Full story - January 18, 2021
Zimbabwean American singer, poet and activist Shungudzo says she finds an outlet for her activism through music.
In her music and poetry, Shungudzo tackles the racist experiences she had growing up in Zimbabwe and the US.
Full story - January 15, 2021
health worker and oxygen
This isn’t the first time that COVID-19 has hit the city particularly hard.
Full episode - January 15, 2021
Several people are shown standing in a park and wearing face masks and winter jackes=ts.
China, which had no deaths from COVID-19 on its mainland for eight months, has responded to reports of 500 new cases by locking down 28 million people. Also, for the first time in its 30-year history, an Israeli human rights group, B'Tselem, has called Israel an "apartheid regime" in a new report. And, the first place many of us go answers about any given subject is Wikipedia. The online encyclopedia, which is curated by volunteers  and open to all, turned 20 on Friday.
Full story - January 15, 2021
A view of Shuafat refugee camp is seen behind section of Israel's separation barrier in Jerusalem, June 19, 2020.
Hagai El-Ad, executive director of B'Tselem, joined The World's host Carol Hills to discuss the significance of the term "apartheid."
Full story - January 14, 2021
Amazonas Federal University's workers carry empty oxygen tanks at the Getulio Vargas Hospital amid the new coronavirus pandemic, Manaus, Brazil, Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021. Scores of COVID-19 patients in the Amazon rainforest's biggest city will be transferr
​​​​​​​Brazil’s health regulatory agency Anvisa has yet to approve a vaccine, but the directors are expected to meet this Sunday to vote on both the CoronaVac and AstraZeneca vaccines.
Full story - January 14, 2021
A protester from the Uighur community living in Turkey, participates in a protest in Istanbul, Oct. 1, 2020, against what they allege is oppression by the Chinese government to Muslim Uighurs in far-western Xinjiang province. 
The World’s host Marco Werman spoke to Allison Gill, the forced labor program director with Global Labor Justice International Labor Rights Forum, about the ban.
Full episode - January 14, 2021
Rep. Andy Kim is shown kneeling and with a clear trash back helping clean up debris and trash strewn across the floor.
A now-viral photo shows New Jersey Rep. Andy Kim cleaning up the Capitol rotunda after the mob rampage. Rep. Kim speaks with The World’s Marco Werman. Also, China is the biggest greenhouse gas emitter in the world, but at the same time, it's at the forefront of renewable energy innovation and has some of the world's largest conservation projects. And, a group of artists in Istanbul turned an abandoned apartment building into a multistory art installation.
Full story - January 14, 2021
Haliade-X wind turbines — nearly the size of the Eiffel Tower — are a game changer for the global offshore wind industry. A single turbine can power over 10,000 homes at competitive rates. 
Haliade-X wind turbines — nearly the size of the Eiffel Tower — are a game changer for the global offshore wind industry. A single turbine can power about 16,000 homes at competitive rates. 
Full story - January 14, 2021
In this Nov. 28, 2019, photo, a solar panel installation is seen in Ruicheng County in central China's Shanxi Province.
Yifei Li, an environmental researcher and co-author of the book, “China Goes Green," speaks to The World's host Marco Werman about the downfalls of authoritarian environmentalism in China.
Full story - January 14, 2021
On the exterior of the building, the stencil of a stag created by the artist MAD stands solemnly, with pieces of women's underwear hanging from its horns. 
"Mikrotopya" is a collection of installations, graffiti art and sculptures of found items created by 16 artists in an empty apartment building slated for demolition in Istanbul.

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