During Ramadan In Cairo, It's Eat, Pray, Drum Drummers travel Cairo's streets every morning during the Ramadan holiday month and wake people for their pre-dawn meal. NPR's Leila Fadel went along with one of them.
Running Out Of Food, Medicine And Patience In Venezuela Venezuela is in crisis as inflation worsens and many grocery stores are empty, triggering riots. Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez of the Venezuelan newspaper El Nacional explains how it reached this point.
Amid Housing Shortage, Berlin Bans Short-Term Rentals The Berlin government has imposed a ban on short-term rentals using sites like Airbnb. They say rentals are causing a housing shortage and high rents — but renters say they are being scapegoated.
'Brexit' Repercussions Continue In U.K. Politics Several leading members of Britain's Labor Party have resigned and Scottish leaders are considering pulling out of the U.K. Journalist David Torrance has the latest on the 'Brexit' vote fallout.
For Israel's Volunteer Police, Many Powers But Little Oversight Most of the police you see on the streets in Israel are actually citizen volunteers. They outnumber the country's 30,000 professional officers.
Waters Begin To Recede, Leaving Disaster In West Virginia President Obama has declared a major disaster in West Virginia after flooding killed at least 24 people. The town of Rainelle started to clean up today as waters began to recede.