Eighteen months after the massive and devastating earthquake, Haiti is still reeling from the wreckage and a cholera epidemic. Ray Suarez and Dr. Paul Farmer discuss his new book, "Haiti After the Earthquake."…
On Kenya-Somalia Border, a Desperate Scene for Famine Victims…
By Talea Miller
More than 11 million people are in need of aid due to the worst drought to hit Eastern Africa in 60 years. Kenya and Ethiopia are struggling to absorb refugees from hardest-hit Somalia who are desperate for any food and…
Is the long-running effort to stabilize Afghanistan doing more harm than good? A new Senate investigation reveals a grim outlook for U.S. nation-building efforts there. Judy Woodruff gets views from Sens. Robert Menendez, D- N.J., and Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga.
Group of 8 leaders wrapped up their two-day summit in Deauville, France, on Friday by comparing the "Arab spring" to the fall of the Berlin Wall and promising up to $40 billion in aid to Tunisia and Egypt for their…
Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the program that focuses on women.
A UN report said more than 6 million people in North Korea urgently need food aid.
By Larisa Epatko
When reviewing 2009's humanitarian emergencies, several international aid organizations cited the massive needs of those displaced by fighting in places such as Somalia and Pakistan, and growing obstacles to accessing those in need of help.
By Maureen Hoch
President Barack Obama told world leaders Friday that it was time to come together on a climate change agreement, calling out stubborn positions that have stood in the way of progress, namely between rich and poorer countries.
By PBS NewsHour
Several hundred refugees began returning home to Pakistan's Swat Valley on Monday, part of a government repatriation program to resettle an estimated 2 million people who were displaced from their homes last spring because of fighting.
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