Italy discouraging flow of migrants from North Africa

Italy has received 500,000 migrants and refugees from North Africa who have fled war, extreme poverty and oppression during the last three years. But the country, which had a reputation of welcoming migrants, has received backlash for it and is starting to discourage the migrant flow. For the NewsHour Weekend with Special Correspondent Nadja Drost reports.

PBS Newshour: Venezuelans suffer deadly scarcity of food and medicine

With the economy in freefall, Venezuelans face nationwide shortages of food at runaway inflation prices, and children are suffering the most: severe malnutrition among kids is rising at an alarming rate. Special correspondent Nadja Drost and videographer Bruno Federico report for the PBS Newshour in partnership with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting on the harmful shortages of food and medicine.

Can Colombia rework its FARC deal without jeopardizing peace? PBS NewsHour

Colombia was on the verge of ending one of the most violent civil wars in Latin America just slightly more than a month ago, when the deal was narrowly rejected by a voter referendum. President Juan Manuel Santos now faces the challenge of re-writing the deal to make it favorable to those who voted against it while still keeping it agreeable to FARC. Special correspondent Nadja Drost reports.

What peace in Colombia would mean for the drug trade and those who depend on it. PBS NewsHour

As Colombian officials negotiate with FARC rebels to end the country’s 50-year civil war, the illegal drug trade — used by the rebels to help finance their insurgency — has become a major point of debate. Special correspondents Bruno Federico and Nadja Drost travel to the heart of coca production in Colombia to examine how the drug market works and the impact of a potential peace deal.

Inside Colombia’s jungles, how FARC rebels are preparing for peace. PBS NewsHour

After decades of evading the Colombian military, FARC rebels are emerging from the jungle. Special correspondents Nadja Drost and Bruno Federico offer an exclusive look at the FARC perspective amid peace talks to end the world’s longest-running conflict.