October 3, 2013 NPR's Rome-based senior European correspondent Sylvia Poggioli discussed topics ranging from Pope Francis and the Vatican and rising xenophobia in Europe to the one thing she wished more Americans knew about Europe and her favorite TV show (The Wire!) during her Reddit "Ask Me Anything" Thursday.
July 29, 2013 NPR Correspondent Sylvia Poggioli's profile of pianist and music teacher Francesco Lotoro sheds light on efforts to reclaim a body of music both created and hidden in the Holocaust.
August 25, 2011 Foreign correspondent Sylvia Poggioli and National correspondent Margot Adler dispute my column on left/right labeling. Readers weigh in too in a search for media guidelines.
August 22, 2011 Is NPR tarring some European political parties with its "right/left" characterization? What to do as growing political polarization comes to the United States?
July 10, 2008 Italy ordered the fingerprinting of every Roma Gypsy in the country, Swiss voters will soon decide whether or not to ban the construction of Muslim minarets, the European Union promises to expel every illegal immigrant by 2012... is xenophobia cre...
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