13 months after reporting from Kiev, TRNS’ Luke Vargas returned to the city this month to observe how sights around the iconic Euromaidan Square have changed.
Israel’s leading opposition coalition shakes up the script one day before the country’s elections.
Trailing in the polls ahead of Tuesday elections, the Israeli Prime Minister says he’s confident his supporters can help ‘close the gap.’
Tunisians voted to elect a new president on Sunday, bringing full circle the democratic aspirations first articulated in the Arab Spring revolutions of 2011.
American Neha Gupta, 18, was awarded the International Children’s Peace Prize in The Hague on Tuesday. TRNS correspondent Luke Vargas recaps the ceremony.
TRNS spoke with the 2014 prize winner in The Hague to discuss children, technology, the failings of the traditional model of charity.
TRNS’ on-the-ground perspective of early Sunday morning’s unrest in Ferguson.
Five hours before the curfew was set to go into effect, police appear to have blocked off Ferguson’s main strip.
The report was met with both skepticism and safety concerns.