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By Malcolm Brabant
In our news wrap Monday, fighting in Ethiopia has escalated. The capital of the Tigray region was reportedly bombed after firing rockets into neighboring Eritrea -- an ally of Ethiopia. Some 25,000 refugees have fled to Sudan. Also, Hurricane Iota…
In our news wrap Thursday, Iraqi security forces shot and killed at least 12 more protesters, raising the death toll to 33. The government cut off internet access in a bid to quell the unrest, but crowds defied a curfew.
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
France goes to the polls Sunday in the country's first round of voting for its next president, amid tension over another deadly attack in Paris. Polls show independent centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron with a slight edge over right-wing, anti-immigrant candidate…
In our news wrap Friday, an investigation continues in France after Thursday’s deadly assault in Paris. Also, the U.S. Justice Department formally notified nine state and local jurisdictions that a portion of federal grant money will be revoked over so-called…
By Jessica Stern
Why France in particular? While many experts focus on the Islamic State’s narrative of victory, I see a narrative of overcoming humiliation, and a chance to recover lost dignity.
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
A friendly soccer match between Germany and the Netherlands was called off shortly before its start due to a credible threat of attack.
The deadly acts of terror ISIS claims it executed in Paris on Friday were motivated by a need to seek revenge, polarize Europe and garner support within the terrorist organization, according to Professor Peter Neumann of King’s College in London,…
NewsHour special correspondent Malcolm Brabant speaks to a TV producer, multi-faith campaigner and dean of the American Cathedral Paris about how the city’s residents are coming to terms with the tragic events of Friday.
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