Sonia Narang is a multimedia producer and journalist. She focuses on women's rights, global health, and climate change and has reported stories across Asia, Europe, and North America.
The small Baltic nation of Estonia is experiencing a folk music renaissance, with young musicians bringing traditional songs and instruments to the forefront in an attempt to reassert a unique Estonian identity and keep the country’s ancient heritage alive.
The Sámi are an indigenous population in the northern parts of Finland, as well as Sweden, Norway and Russia. However, the warming climate has threatened to disrupt the Sámi people's centuries-old tradition of reindeer herding. As Arctic temperatures rise more than twice as fast as the global average, reindeer herders are struggling to cope with increasingly unpredictable and extreme weather.
Elisabeth Holland says countries like Fiji are facing a "truly existential crisis."
This year's global climate summit is taking place in Germany, but it's being led by the Pacific island nation of Fiji. Here's what half a dozen Fijians think about hosting the conference and life in the cross-hairs of climate change.
Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week featured the creations of designers from First Nations communities across Canada.
French artist JR announced this new installation in Tecate, California, the day the Trump administration announced the end of the DACA program, which protects some undocumented immigrants brought to the US as children from deportation.
Scientists say warming ocean temperatures are a factor behind stronger storms and changing weather patterns in the South Pacific.
The United States and Japan have been allies and strategic partners since World War II, but an effort to move and expand a Marine Corps base in Okinawa is causing friction with locals.
Meet the "sleeping bag councilwoman" who camped out for an entire year to protest the relocation of a US military base on the island of Okinawa.
The executive order that Donald Trump signed on Friday has been challenged in courts. At Los Angeles International Airport, attorneys are trying to help valid visa holders and legal permanent residents who are still being detained and subject to special screening.