Gregory Warner

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He was hailed as a crusader for love. Now he's accused of being a villain

Wednesday, August 30, 2023

Sanjoy Sachdev was lauded as India's cupid. But Sachdev and his group have became villains in the eyes of many of the people they promised to help.


Marrying for love in India can be risky — it often comes without parental consent

Wednesday, August 30, 2023

A group called Love Commandos helps couples who marry for love in India. NPR's Rough Translation podcast looks at the circumstances surrounding the group's downfall.


Getting abortion pills into Ukraine during a war meant having to be creative

Wednesday, March 08, 2023

When Russia invaded Ukraine, the supply of abortion pills dwindled. NPR reporters follow a secret effort to resupply doctors and help women with pregnancies made complicated by war.


The covert effort to get abortion pills into Ukraine

Saturday, March 04, 2023

In the early weeks of the Russian invasion, abortion pills dwindled in Ukraine. NPR's Rough Translation podcast followed an effort to smuggle pills to Ukrainian doctors.


Ukraine: The Handoff

Friday, February 03, 2023

Pregnancy, and choice, in a war. With NPR’s Rough Translation.
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Ukraine: Under the Counter

Friday, January 20, 2023

Together with NPR’s Rough Translation we tell the story of a smuggling operation and a wartime mission.
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How a journalist and an aspiring writer in Ukraine grew while working on a news site

Thursday, August 18, 2022

A local journalist in small town New York and an aspiring writer in Eastern Ukraine discovered they had a lot more to learn from each other than either expected.


'Rough Translation': Redefining local news in an interconnected world

Thursday, August 04, 2022

A hyper-local news site in New York started accepting stories from a writer in Ukraine. Why was the outlet covering a story taking place thousands of miles away?


Women represent 7% of long-haul truckers. What's life like for them on the road?

Wednesday, July 20, 2022

Early on in the Biden administration, officials released an action plan to strengthen America's trucking workforce. One idea: recruit more women. Is the trucking industry welcoming them?


Drop that fork! Why eating at your desk is banned in France

Friday, June 10, 2022

What the French history of the leisurely lunch break can teach us about separating work from rest.


From Syria To America: A Teen Seeks A 'Safe Place' In The Universe

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

He was only 10 when the soldiers took away his father. Eventually the family fled to Jordan. But where would they go next? Their saga inspired a Pulitzer-winning graphic series in The New York Times.



Thursday, August 27, 2020

How a brave Ethiopian reporter put himself at risk to ask a very serious question that was seriously misunderstood.

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George Floyd's Death And Years Of Dialogue Are Helping The Dutch Disown Black Pete

Sunday, August 02, 2020

"There's quite a risk that we could have said, 'Oh, that's in the United States. That's not us,' " says Amma Asante, a former member of the Dutch Parliament. "And now there's no denial anymore."


Lemon Drizzle Cakes And Radio Show: How 1 Irish County Helps Elderly During Pandemic

Thursday, July 23, 2020

The Irish government advised the elderly to cocoon in their homes during the pandemic. To help them follow orders, neighbors in one Irish county responded with lemon drizzle cakes and community radio.


'Rough Translation': The Controversial Dutch Character Black Pete

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

A Dutch holiday character named Black Pete, who is usually portrayed in blackface, gets new scrutiny following Black Lives Matter protests in the Netherlands.


As New Zealand Police Pledge To Stay Unarmed, Maori Activists Credit U.S. Protests

Thursday, June 11, 2020

Even as far away as New Zealand, protesters have taken inspiration from America's movement against police abuse of people of color.


New Zealand Leaders Reconsider Arming Police In The Wake Of George Floyd's Killing

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Protests over the killing of George Floyd have spread to New Zealand and have prompted local leaders to shift away from arming the police.


'Everybody's Getting Along Here': How 'Hotel Corona' United Israelis And Palestinians

Tuesday, June 09, 2020

A Jerusalem hotel hosted 180 quarantined COVID-19 patients from different backgrounds. Despite concerns they might clash, some became friends. The biggest test of togetherness came during Passover.


Is COVID-19 Changing How We Measure Distance?

Sunday, April 12, 2020

Liying is from Wuhan, China. She's married to Federico, from Lombardy, Italy. Now in the U.S., they describe the rapid shift in perceptions of the pandemic as it has spread through each country.


'Rough Translation': A Check On The Corruption Fight In Ukraine

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Ukraine's president was elected with a huge popular mandate to fight corruption. The youngest and least experience member of Ukraine's parliament has joined the battle against corruption.