An award-winning daily show, “PRI's The World” brings one-of-a-kind international stories home to America. "The World's" coverage is provided by a global network of international journalists, including access to 250 BBC correspondents.
How the fight against ISIS is going, as the group claims responsibility for attacks in Iraq and Turkey. Plus, a guidebook that aims to help migrants and refugees arriving in Europe. Also, a program that teaches self-defense for Muslim women. And the Chinese-born illustrator who helped turn Bambi into a Disney classic.
We start with the latest twist in the US-Russia dispute over hacking. Also, how one woman in Indonesia faced down loggers in her village. Then, we close the year looking at a poem that captured the mood of the year for many around the globe.
A new nationwide ceasefire deal is reached in Syria. Also, we talk to a Canadian business owner who has helped 58 Syrian families resettle in Canada. Plus, hear about urban London's fox crisis.
Afghanistan's first female military jet pilot has requested asylum in the US. Also, tough (and long) talk from Secretary of State John Kerry on Israeli settlements. Plus, how Canadian singer Celine Dion became part owner of an iconic Jewish deli in Montreal.
We start today with a look at the Japanese prime minister's historic visit to Pearl Harbor. Then, a BBC journalist recalls his friendship with a North Korean diplomat who later defected. Plus, the story behind Paul Simon's 1986 album, Graceland.
We start tonight with how the collapse of the USSR 25 years ago still reverberates today. Also, we look at Israel's anger at the US over a United Nations resolution. And we recall the rise and stardom of late pop icon George Michael.