On this edition for Sunday, May 13, the U.S. tries to get European allies to exit the Iran deal, and how a mentoring program in Indiana connects children of incarcerated parents with support. Also, what is the significance of the…
By PBS NewsHour
Counterterrorism investigators are working to determine whether the man who stabbed five people in a busy neighborhood in the heart of the French capital Saturday night had any help.
By Angela Charlton, Associated Press
On Saturday, Iraqis voted in their first national election since Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared victory over the Islamic State last year. Despite low voter turnout and lack of trust in the political establishment, there has been a surge in…
By PBS NewsHour
Polls have closed across Iraq Saturday evening in the first national election since the country declared victory over the Islamic State group.
By Qassim Abdul-Zahra, Philip Issa, Associated Press
The Pentagon blames a series of failures for last October's ambush deaths of four U.S. commandos in Niger. Citing poor preparation, communications and training, the investigation also found that the mission was not properly approved. Nick Schifrin gets analysis from…
By Susannah George, Josh Lederman, Associated Press
Coalition spokesman Army Col. Ryan Dillon called the arrest a "significant blow to Daesh," using the Arabic acronym for the extremist group.
By Rahim Faiez, Amir Shah, Associated Press
The attack was the latest in a relentless string of deadly large-scale bombings and assaults that have struck Kabul and elsewhere in Afghanistan so far this year.
By Zeina Karam, Associated Press
Syrian government forces used warplanes, helicopters and artillery on Sunday to pound districts of the capital held by the Islamic State group.
By Rahim Faiez, Associated Press
A suicide bomber struck a voter registration center in the Afghan capital on Sunday, killing at least 57 people in an attack claimed by the Islamic State group.
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