ATHENS, Greece — The United States is giving $24 million in new money to help refugees as the European winter approaches.
By Corinne Segal
The Ikea Foundation has designed an alternative to the canvas tent as a shelter for refugees. This one's got locked doors and electricity.
By Andrew Mach
Even as world leaders descend upon the city in hopes of reaching an agreement to halt climate change, the main variable setting apart the 2015 Paris Climate Conference are the realities of global security.
By Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
Because of man-made global warming and a strong El Niño, Earth's wild weather this year is bursting the annual heat record, the World Meteorological Organization announced on Wednesday.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Tuesday, the United Nations refugee agency warned against closing borders to migrants as parts of Europe called to halt resettlement of thousands of people in the wake of the Paris attacks. Also, opposition lawmakers in Kosovo…
By PBS NewsHour
Countries from around the world will meet in a few weeks to try to reach agreement on limiting greenhouse gasses. Previous climate summits have been fraught with disagreement. Will the Paris meeting produce results? Jeffrey Brown speaks to UN climate…
As the E.U. debates what to do with a steady flow of migrants and war refugees, Greece remains Ground Zero for refugee arrivals, and fears are growing that resistance to migrants in central and northern Europe will lead to refugees…
By Bradley Klapper, Associated Press and Matthew Lee, Associated Press
A U.S. official says the Obama administration has concluded it must oppose a U.N. resolution criticizing the U.S. economic embargo against Cuba because the draft doesn't "fully reflect" the new spirit of engagement between the former Cold War foes.
In our news wrap Monday, as a week of UN climate talks opened in Germany, African states complained that their demands for the draft accord had been ignored. Also, a security firm says that China's agreement not to hack U.S.
By Associated Press
The White House says there are "strong indications" that Iran violated U.N. Security Council resolutions when it test fired a new ballistic missile.
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