November 28th @ 6:12 PM GMT
NPR They're opposed to a government decision to void the country's largest-denomination bank notes. The government says the move is designed to combat corruption and target the black market. (World)
November 28th @ 2:24 PM GMT
NPR A new museum in Ramallah features the life and times of the late Palestine Liberation Organization leader Yasser Arafat, from his Nobel Peace Prize to his pistol, glasses and bedroom. (World)
November 28th @ 2:02 PM GMT
NPR Rebels have held the eastern side of Aleppo for years. Now pro-government troops have retaken some key neighborhoods. Thousands of civilians are fleeing the fighting. (World)
November 28th @ 10:01 AM GMT
NPR The Iraqi Army, Kurdish fighters and Shiite militias are all grinding toward the city of Mosul. Civilians are fleeing the city in greater numbers, resigning themselves to spending winter in a tent. (World)
November 28th @ 10:01 AM GMT
NPR Cuba continues an official period of mourning following the death last Friday of longtime dictator Fidel Castro. What did Fidel Castro mean to Cubans in 2016? (World)
November 28th @ 10:01 AM GMT
NPR The fence dramatically reduced the number of crossings. In 2015, as many as 3,000 migrants crossed daily, now only about 30 asylum seekers a day have been officially allowed to enter Hungary. (World)
November 28th @ 10:01 AM GMT
NPR The fence dramatically reduced the number of crossings. In 2015, as many as 3,000 migrants crossed daily, now only about 30 asylum seekers a day have been officially allowed to enter Hungary. (World)
November 28th @ 10:01 AM GMT
NPR In the conservative party's race for president, Alain Jupp, conceded defeat to Francois Fillon, who will face candidates from the left and the extreme right in the presidential election next May. (World)
November 28th @ 10:01 AM GMT
NPR Steve Inskeep talks to the BBC's Andrew Harding about his book: <em>The Mayor of Mogadishu.</em> It's a look at Somalia's modern history through the life story of one of its most controversial politicians. (World)
November 27th @ 10:10 PM GMT
NPR A new wild animal preserve in Jordan has opened its doors to rescued wildlife in one of the Middle East's biggest animal trafficking routes. Here's a look at that sanctuary. (World)