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Voters cast their ballots in Kenyan presidential election with low turnout

Tuesday, August 09, 2022

The presidential election in Kenya drew low voter turnout on Tuesday pitting opposition leader Raila Odinga against Deputy President William Ruto.


See how Kharkiv's bomb squad neutralizes cluster bombs in Ukraine

Sunday, April 24, 2022

Ukrainian forces are struggling to detonate mines that scatter over a wide area and are internationally banned, known as "cluster munitions."


Photos: Russian forces were driven out of this village outside Kharkiv, Ukraine

Friday, April 22, 2022

Last month, Ukrainian forces pushed the Russians out of the village of Mala Rohan. NPR goes inside the warehouse Russia had used as temporary barracks.


This is what a Ukraine town looks like after Russian troops withdraw

Saturday, April 09, 2022

The residents of Borodyanka are picking up the pieces after Russian forces withdrew and left behind a shattered town. Hundreds of people are still missing, presumed buried under rubble.


VIDEO: The Early Days Of The Pandemic As Seen Through Your Camera Roll

Thursday, March 11, 2021

We asked people to send us their last "normal" photo of 2020 and their first pandemic photo. Thousands of you responded. These are some of the stories that defined our pandemic year.


VIDEO: Is 'POC' Outdated? Maybe. But It Also Has A Measurable Superpower

Friday, December 11, 2020

Is it time to say R.I.P. to POC? And, if so, is BIPOC the new kid on the block? In this video, Code Switch co-host Shereen Marisol Meraji digs in.


Social Music In An Age Of Social Distancing

Friday, October 16, 2020

How is the Philadelphia jazz community responding to the global pandemic? Pianist Orrin Evans and other musicians are taking on the challenge.


Playing Music Together Online Is Not As Simple As It Seems

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

For musicians who want to play together while following social distancing guidelines, the solution goes beyond a Zoom call. Pianist Dan Tepfer leads us down the technological rabbit hole.


A Mountain Of Potatoes With Nowhere To Go

Thursday, June 25, 2020

A potato farmer in Idaho decides to give away millions of potatoes when the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the usual channels through which he sells them.


Chasing The Ventilator Race

Saturday, May 02, 2020

Sometimes things can get so complicated that you need a film noir detective to make sense of it all. Getting ventilators in a pandemic is just one of those complicated things.