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EnergyEntrepreneurs: A Greener Air Conditioner
EnergyEntrepreneurs: A Greener Air Conditioner

An entrepreneur in China dreams of ending global warming.

A Quest to Bring Medical Care to Rural India
A Quest to Bring Medical Care to Rural India

An Indian doctor has set up a hospital in rural West Bengal, but he's not only trying to help locals, he's also aiming to train the unlicensed quacks that serve them.

Looking Back on the Westgate Shopping Mall Attack
Looking Back on the Westgate Shopping Mall Attack

A look back on the tragic Westgate Shopping Mall Attack in Kenya that occurred on September 21st, 2013.

Awaiting Russia’s Next Move at Ukraine’s Eastern Border
Awaiting Russia’s Next Move at Ukraine’s Eastern Border

Troops gather and locals wonder whether their region will be next to see a Russian invasion.

Botswana: A New Frontline for Fracking
Botswana: A New Frontline for Fracking

With little oversight or environmental review, the Botswana government has authorized gas exploration throughout the country.

Voices: Margaret Marshall
Voices: Margaret Marshall

As chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, trailblazer Margaret Marshall wrote groundbreaking decisions that championed human rights and justice for all.

Stranded Cargo Ships Still Loom Over Typhoon-Devastated Village
Stranded Cargo Ships Still Loom Over Typhoon-Devastated Village

Four months after a devastating typhoon decimated Tacloban, residents still struggle to rebuild their lives.

How to Deal with Losing Your Job: Become the Boss
How to Deal with Losing Your Job: Become the Boss

After their boss went bankrupt and fled town, migrant workers in Almeria, Spain, took over the farm.

Building Bridges in Kaduna
Building Bridges in Kaduna

In the divided city of Kaduna, Nigeria, peacemakers of both faiths are working stridently to develop an 'early warning system' that can ease the bloodshed.

A Bridge in Kaduna
A Bridge in Kaduna

In the divided city of Kaduna, Nigeria, peacemakers of both faiths are working stridently to develop an 'early warning system' that can ease the bloodshed.

On Location: Crimean Tatars Oppose Russian Takeover
On Location: Crimean Tatars Oppose Russian Takeover

The indigenous group has organized patrols and protests in Simferopol

In Ukraine, the Fight Continues, and Not Just in Crimea
In Ukraine, the Fight Continues, and Not Just in Crimea

Vladimir Lenin fuels anger in the eastern city of Kharkiv.

The Hard Part for Ukraine's Protesters Is What Happens Next
The Hard Part for Ukraine's Protesters Is What Happens Next

The president has fled, but Kiev protesters say the next steps may be the hardest.

On Location: Michoacan's Uneasy Truce
On Location: Michoacan's Uneasy Truce

Apparent calm has returned to Michoacan after militias took control of towns across the Mexican state, but many worry the region is still on the edge of civil war.

On Location Video: Barcelona Fight Club
On Location Video: Barcelona Fight Club

One man hopes boxing will save kids in one of Barcelona's poorest neighborhoods.

Barcelona Fight Club
Barcelona Fight Club

One man's quest to save at risk kids through boxing.

On Location: Why Refugees in Greece Are Sewing Their Mouths Shut
On Location: Why Refugees in Greece Are Sewing Their Mouths Shut

The body protests of refugees in Greece reach gruesome proportion.

Brazil's Mobile Lifeline
Brazil's Mobile Lifeline

As northeast Brazil struggles through the worst drought in decades, a team of drivers carry precious cargo to homes without water.

Waiting for Rain in Brazil
Waiting for Rain in Brazil

Farmers in northeast Brazil struggle to survive the worst drought in decades.

Mohammad Abbas Goes to Boston
Mohammad Abbas Goes to Boston

Mohammad Abbas visits Boston.

From Ecological Disaster to Wildlife Refuge in Israel
From Ecological Disaster to Wildlife Refuge in Israel

A re-flooded wetland in Israel's Hula Valley has become a refuge for birds from three continents.

How to Eat an Eel in London's East End
How to Eat an Eel in London's East End

A culinary tradition lives on, barely, in London's rapidly changing East End

Myanmar's Golden Harp Taxi Service
Myanmar's Golden Harp Taxi Service

After 14 years in prison, "Shell" Aung Aung co-founded the Golden Harp Taxi Network to support political prisoners after their release. The taxi business provides income and a way for former political prisoners to talk about their time in prison, the human rights violations they experienced, and Myanmar's new government.

Life After the Taliban
Life After the Taliban

Go on location in South Waziristan, Pakistan. Find out about life after the Taliban.