The investigations that proved a US military strike killed civilians in Afghanistan. Plus, Canada’s residential schools.
International Energy Agency calls on Moscow to send more gas to head off an energy crisis amid concerns of shortages.
Femi Oke co-hosts with the UN's Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications.
One of China's largest property firms Evergrande has debts of more than $300bn.
Afghanistan is bringing Ankara and Washington together after years of acrimony between the two NATO allies.
For the first time in 16 years Germany will have a new leader.
Renowned Michelin star chef joins The Stream to discuss his kitchen activism.
Paul Rusesabagina saved lives during the Rwandan genocide but has been sentenced to 25 years in jail for 'terrorism.'
Intensifying climate hazards are set to force millions from homes and put existing human rights protocols under strain.
Time is running out for countries to drastically reduce carbon emissions to avoid further global catastrophe.
The US pressures all sides to stop fighting and negotiate peace in northern Ethiopia.
Are China's new regulations designed to benefit society or the Communist Party? Plus, activists vs statues in Colombia.
The UN secretary-general discusses the recent developments in Afghanistan, climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Xi Jinping launches sweeping socialist reforms to address inequality in the world's second-biggest economy.
The US, Australia and UK have announced a major defence agreement in the Asia Pacific.
Best of the week and behind the scenes.