PBS Newshour Weekend
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Fifty years on, bitter memories of the Troubles linger in Northern Ireland communities. Many are working tirelessly to heal these wounds, through integration, education and understanding.
The conflict in Ukraine has killed more than 10,000 people and displaced 2 million. But the conflict has also disrupted business, including one crucial steel-producing plant on the front lines of the war.
Drought has brought residents of Cape Town - black, white, rich and poor - to their knees.
More American people of colour are joining gun clubs for minorities, rejecting the NRA amid claims of inequality. Are minorities using their second amendment rights to arm themselves against racism in the Trump era?
The populist Five Star Movement is celebrating major gains in Italy's elections. After rejecting the traditional political establishment it is aligning itself with the success of newcomers such as Trump and Macron.
In El Salvador, poverty and lack of opportunity fuel gang violence. YouthBuild are attempting to give young Salvadorans the skills and support they need to transform their lives and their country.
In Denmark, more and more Muslim women are seeking refuge from patriarchal and controlling Islamic communities. To resist, these women are embracing a new, more tolerant reading of the Quran.
Piracy in Somalia may be on the decline, but the social conditions which caused it still haven't changed. Can international efforts to invigorate the country's fishing industry end piracy once and for all?