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Daniel Moritz-Rabson is an intern at PBS NewsHour Weekend.
Gender inequality costs sub-Saharan Africa an average of $95 billion each year according to an annual United Nations Development Programme report published Sunday.
Turkey has opened its third bridge over the Bosphorus, which connects Istanbul's Asian and European sides.
A suicide bomber attacked a Kurdish wedding party in Turkey near the Syrian border Saturday night, killing at least 51 people and wounding 69 others.
The win against Germany--the same country that dealt a crushing 7-1 defeat to the Brazilians on home soil during a 2014 World Cup semifinal--brought a measure of redemption for the host nation, and earned Brazil its first Olympic gold in…
Usain Bolt dashed to the finish of the 4x100 meter relay on Friday, out-striding his competition to complete his third Olympic sweep of the 100 and 200 meter springs and the 4x100 meter relay.
The U.S. earned its 1000th Olympic gold medal Saturday night after the American women’s team won the 4x100 meter medley relay.
Khaled Omar Harah, one the longest-serving members of a rescue organization in Syria who became famous after video recorded him rescuing a 10-day-old baby, died Thursday in Aleppo.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte publicly accused more than 150 judges, lawmakers, mayors and police officers of involvement in illegal drug trafficking on Sunday during a nationally televised speech in Davao City.
Indonesian counter-terrorism police arrested six men on Friday suspected of planning a rocket attack on downtown Singapore.
Danish warplanes dropped bombs on the Islamic State in Syria for the first time, the country's military said Friday.
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