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What Taliban rule has meant for an Afghan American, personally and professionally
Homa Sorouri spent years working with international aid organizations in Afghanistan. It's "dreadful," she said, to see the work they did disappear.
Taking stock of U.S. aid to Israel
Political tensions are high around Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress.
Giving to international aid
Between 2011 and 2012, giving to international aid went up by more than 2 percent.
Heaven in Rwanda
Josh Roxin and his wife Alissa moved to Rwanda for health and development, but opened a restaurant instead.
Jordan hosts Syrian refugees but feels the strain
Millions of Syrian refugees have fled into Jordan and the economic strain may be proving to be too much for the host country.