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By Amna Nawaz, Zeba Warsi, Teresa Cebrian Aranda
In our news wrap Monday, Pfizer says three small doses of its COVID-19 vaccine offers strong protection to children under 5, the U.S. surgeon general warned of burnout and staffing shortages among health care workers, the first Russian soldier to…
In our news wrap Wednesday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken tested positive for COVID-19, Beijing shut down dozens of subway stations and bus routes as it tries to stem a COVID outbreak, Wall Street shot higher after Fed chair Jerome…
Hundreds of civilians have been killed in the Russian’s invasion of Ukraine, many while attempting to flee. And those who have made it across the border face a growing refugee crisis in Poland, Romania and other surrounding countries. NewsHour’s foreign…
By PBS NewsHour
The Russian military has warned Ukraine’s neighboring countries from hosting its warplanes, saying Moscow may consider them a part of the conflict if Ukrainian aircraft fly combat missions from their territory.
By Associated Press
By Malcolm Brabant
During a multi-day trip to the Eastern Mediterranean, Pope Francis on Sunday returned to the Greek island of Lesbos, which he first visited five years ago. As special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports, the pope highlighted the plight of asylum seekers…
In our news wrap Thursday, a ninth person has died of injuries suffered after a crowd surge at the Astroworld music festival in Houston on Friday. Fears are growing that a migrant crisis in Eastern Europe may erupt into a…
By William Brangham, Gretchen Frazee
In a recent PBS NewsHour survey in partnership with The Generation Lab, nearly two-thirds of children and young adults said climate change will influence where they decide to live. A third said it would affect their decision to have children.
The U.N. refugee agency is gearing up for as many as half a million people or more to flee from Afghanistan in a “worst-case scenario” in the coming months.
By Karl Ritter, Mehmet Guzel, Associated Press
Haunted by a 2015 migration crisis fueled by the Syrian war, European leaders desperately want to avoid another large-scale influx of refugees and migrants from Afghanistan. Except for those who helped Western forces in the country's two-decade war, the message…
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