Dr. Aleksandra Shchebet fled Kyiv but resolved to help any way she could, from virtual visits to packing medical supplies. Now she's back home, tending to patients who are deeply affected by the war.
The PACT Act provides new access to services for American veterans struggling with the health effects of exposure to burn pits. But in Iraq, civilians who were exposed are still on their own.
As the U.S. withdrew from Afghanistan last year, Marine Corps veteran Elliot Ackerman was frantically rebuilding a network of old allies to help desperate Afghans escape.
Dr. Denis Mukwege has spent decades treating women who have been raped in his homeland of the Democratic Republic of Congo. He's calling on the world to take action for women in Ukraine.
The pride and patriotism usually associated with Russia's most important holiday is mixed with apprehension and unease over what this year's Victory Day may bring.
The close-quarter battle inside the steel plant — the last Ukrainian stronghold of the strategic port city of Mariupol --appeared increasingly desperate.
That's what Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus of the World Health Organization and others ask in the wake of the outpouring of money to help Ukrainian victims of the war amid record levels of global hunger.
Russia continues to work to get control of eastern Ukraine as the country's forces refuse to surrender.
It was a sunny day in mid-March. The sky was blue. It felt like spring. Then the attack began on City Hospital No. 2. Doctors tell what it was like — and what's going on now.