By Nicole Winfield, Trisha Thomas, Derek Gatopoulos, Associated Press
In our news wrap Friday, Bahrain became the fourth Arab country to normalize ties with Israel. President Trump made the announcement only weeks after the United Arab Emirates took the same step. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hailed the move…
In our news wrap Thursday, a huge fire erupted at the port in Beirut, Lebanon, a month after a catastrophic explosion there that killed 190 people and injured 6,500. Black smoke billowed over the port’s ruins. The military said the…
On the Greek island of Lesbos, a fire ripped through the Moria refugee camp Tuesday night and reignited Wednesday. The camp was overcrowded and unsanitary, but it was the only place its thousands of inhabitants called home. Special correspondent Malcolm…
By Malcolm Brabant
On the Bangladesh-Myanmar border, the world’s largest refugee camp houses a generation of lost Rohingya children. Because Bangladesh bans them from school, they face a hard choice: Break the law, or relinquish dreams of a better future. In response, some…
By Tania Rashid
By PBS NewsHour
A week ago we followed two Syrian families along the grueling and unpredictable migration to Germany. Already, much has changed for the two families. William Brangham offers an update.
By William Brangham, Saskia de Melker, Jon Gerberg
A PBS NewsHour crew reports from the Hungarian border this week, as the flood of migrants and refugees into Europe continues to overwhelm. Correspondent William Brangham, and producers Saskia de Melker and Jon Gerberg posted these photos from a makeshift…
Syrian refugee Maryam Al Okla shows her tiny home.
News Wrap: Palestinian Refugees Fight Each Other Over Syria's War…
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