Brazil's President-elect is pledging a "zero tolerance" policy on deforestation in the Amazon. But climate scientists warn the damage already done may be irreversible.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with reporters Sandy Tolan and Euclides Cordero Nuel about the ban on Dominican sugar from Central Romana, based on information that the company uses forced labor.
Rising energy prices in Europe have forced some Italians to turn to abandoned cooking methods. One Tuscan village is using wool to insulate cooking boxes that slow-cook food with less energy.
A new exhibit at London's Victoria and Albert Museum focuses on African fashion. The exhibit's curator says it's a way for the museum to acknowledge its colonial legacy.
Iran's players have at times appeared to show solidarity with the protests, even as they say their focus is football. Thousands of protesters have been arrested and hundreds killed, rights groups say.
The U.S. has to beat Iran to advance, while Iran only has to tie. The match comes after controversy over flags, Iran's national anthem, and ongoing protests in Iran.
Extraordinary street protests in some Chinese cities and campuses over the weekend put Xi Jinping's controversial approach to the pandemic under the spotlight.
The change could calm widespread protests, and would ease the impact to a world economy already struggling with high inflation, an energy crisis and disrupted food supply.
Invasion author Luke Harding began reporting from Ukraine in December 2021 and was in Kyiv the night before the Russian invasion began. "There is no mood inside Ukrainian society to yield," he says.