Topic 1 Experts Give Advice on Deciding Which School to Attend
Students have until the end of April to tell the universities that have accepted them if they will attend.
Topic 2 Women Will Run this Somali Media Company
Somalia's first women-run radio and television company opened in the capital, Mogadishu.
Topic 3 Animal Waste in Demand as Fertilizer Prices Rise
The war in Ukraine is causing a rise in oil and wheat prices. Other items are hard to come by due to international restrictions on doing business with Russia.
Topic 4 NASA Looks to Build Huge Telescopes with Fluid Materials
The American space agency NASA is experimenting with ways to build huge telescopes with fluid materials.
Topic 5 Aid Workers Rush to Help Afghans in Freezing Weather
The United Nations is trying to help hundreds of thousands of people in critical need of food and other aid this year in Afghanistan.
Topic 6 Madagascar: a Green Island Turns Red
With few trees left to slow the wind in southern Madagascar, sand blows continuously. It settles across fields, villages, roads and in the eyes of hungry children waiting for food aid.
Topic 7 Nigeria's 'Waste Museum' Shows Waste Can Turn to Wealth
Jumoke Olowookere’s latest works are made from used vehicle tires painted in red, yellow and green.
Topic 8 Philippine Designer Makes Women’s Clothes Out of Waste
Leonora Buenviaje has been making women’s clothes out of waste materials, usually dresses.
Topic 9 Report: South, Central Asians Breathing Most Polluted Air
A new study has found that people living in South and Central Asia experience some of the highest levels of air pollution in the world.
Topic 10 Robotic Boat to Help Measure Sea Effects of Tonga Volcano
A scientific team is headed to Tonga to measure the effects of January’s undersea volcano explosion on the surrounding ocean.
Topic 11 Less Rice for the Same Price At Street Food Places Across Asia
In many Asian countries, street food has long been an important part of society and the economy.
Topic 12 Argentinean Scientists Investigate Pollution-Eating Organisms
Scientists from Argentina are working to understand more about microorganisms found in Antarctica that may be able to help clean up pollutants like plastic and diesel fuel.
Topic 13 Cost, Difficulty Prevent Africans from Getting to Underground Water
A recent study suggests that ground water is an answer to water shortages in African countries south of the Sahara Desert.
Topic 14 High Rises Buildings Go up in Mumbai's Old Tenement Neighborhood
For Shailesh Kambli, a childhood dream is about to become reality.
Topic 15 Brazilian Company Wants to Save Amazon with NFTs
A Brazilian company is offering a way to help save the Amazon rainforest by selling non-fungible tokens.
Topic 16 Russian Artist, Ukrainian in Bali Work on Message of Unity
A Russian artist and a Ukrainian owner of a holiday home complex on the Indonesian resort island of Bali have come together in a special way.
Topic 17 Demand for Electric Car Batteries Drives Nations to Seek Own Materials
World demand for batteries to power electric vehicles (EVs) is expected to increase sharply in the coming years.
Topic 18 California Cities Turn Industrial Spaces into Homeless Shelters
Two property developers in California are turning huge, industrial spaces into shelters for homeless people.
Topic 19 Free From Islamic State, Many Syrians Leave Raqqa
Raqqa, the former capital of the Islamic State (IS) and home to about 300,000 people, is now free.
Topic 20 Study: Young People Worried about Education, Employment, Democracy
Young people all over the world are seriously concerned about the state of politics and education.