PBS Newshour Weekend
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Whilst Kiev remains peaceful, the conflict in the East has killed over 10,000 soldiers and citizens. Ukraine has become the battleground for a proxy war as it attempts to escape Russia's influence.
For many migrants, Italy is the gateway to Europe. But the country is struggling to cope with the surge in their numbers. As the authorities crack down, life for the migrants is more precarious than ever.
Data gleaned through clinical trials is invaluable to researchers racing to find cancer treatments. With less than 5% of Americans taking part in trials, doctors are looking for ways to boost participation.
Hundreds of people vanished during the conflict between Greek and Turkish Cypriots in the 1970s. Now a team of scientists from the UN is trying to uncover the truth behind Cyprus' missing citizens.
Former general of Bosninan Serb forces Ratko Mladic has been found guilty of genocide and sentenced to life in prison. This report returns to the country and people that still suffer from the atrocities.
Vaccines for the flu, or influenza, are still only 20 to 60 percent effective. Researchers across the world are trying to develop a universal and longer-lasting solution to the potentially deadly virus.
The United Nations estimates that by 2050 the world's population will have grown to nearly 10 billion people. But how do we feed them? The Netherlands thinks it has found a solution: indoor farming.
Harnessing the power of the world's oceans is a major challenge for companies seeking sustainable energy sources. Technological advancements are now starting to unlock wave energy's huge potential.