World

Find all of the PBS NewsHour’s international reporting and analysis.

  • December 28, 2005  

    A reporter from the New Orleans Times-Picayune discusses the slow and ongoing process of identifying the victims of Hurricane Katrina, four months after the storm hit the Gulf Coast. Continue reading

  • December 26, 2005  

    Nations around the world marked the first anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami, one of the deadliest natural disasters in history. Special correspondent Tom Hagler and producer Jonathan Silvers look at recovery efforts along Thailand’s Andaman Coast. Continue reading

  • December 26, 2005  

    A report from Banda Aceh in Indonesia, the area hit hardest by the tsunami that struck Southeast Asia a year ago, looks at how the region is recovering from and coping with the tsunami’s impact. Continue reading

  • December 26, 2005  

    An Independent Television News report documents the struggle to survive in Pakistan as winter reaches isolated regions destroyed by the earthquake in early October. Continue reading

  • December 26, 2005  

    Two guests involved in the disaster relief efforts after last year’s tsunami in South Asia discuss the international effort that provided shelter, supplies and medical attention and prevented further deaths among the survivors from epidemics and starvation. Continue reading

  • December 25, 2005   BY Admin 

    A year after the catastrophic Asian tsunami, governments are still struggling to implement a regional tsunami warning system that could help prevent such massive loss of life in the future. Continue reading

  • December 22, 2005  

    The devastation caused by levee failures in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina has prompted other states, including California, to take a hard look at their own levee systems. Continue reading

  • December 22, 2005  

    A government request to transfer terrorism suspect Jose Padilla from military to civilian custody was rejected yesterday by an appeals court. A reporter discusses the latest developments. Continue reading

  • December 21, 2005  

    In last minute votes on Wednesday, the Senate approved a bill to trim spending on social programs such as Medicare, Medicaid and student loans but rejected a military spending bill that included a controversial provision to drill for oil in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Continue reading

  • December 21, 2005  

    Two experts discuss how Saddam Hussein’s trial stacks up to other noted war crimes tribunals of the modern age. Continue reading