In our news wrap Monday, a New York federal appeals court ruled President Trump’s 2011 tax returns must be turned over to state prosecutors, as part of an investigation into payments to two women claiming affairs with Trump. Also, Iran…
Police and hospital officials said at least one person was killed and 24 wounded in the clashes on the bridge, where security forces used live ammunition, rubber bullets and tear gas grenades.
By Qassim Abdul-Zahra, Murtada Faraj, Associated Press
While mass demonstrations against the government have rocked Hong Kong for months, protests in Iraq and Lebanon have unseated respective governments. People in Barcelona, Haiti and Chile have also taken to the streets with their demands. Vali Nasr, a former…
By PBS NewsHour
Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi said he is prepared to resign once political leaders agree on a replacement.
By Qassim Abdul-Zahra, Joseph Krauss, Associated Press
In Iraq and Lebanon, different events sparked current mass demonstrations, but protesters in both countries believe their governments are broken. Journalist Pesha Magid, reporting from Baghdad, and special correspondent Jane Ferguson, in Beirut, join Nick Schifrin to discuss economic and…
By Associated Press
The Asia-Pacific summit set for Nov. 16-17 and the global climate gathering planned for Dec. 2-13 are being scrapped.
By Andrea Rosa, Bilal Hussein, Associated Press
Saad Hariri spoke Tuesday after nearly two weeks of nationwide mass demonstrations.
By Zeina Karam, Joseph Krauss, Associated Press
The attack, which happened overnight, came as Iraqis took to the streets for a fifth consecutive day, protesting their government's corruption, lack of services and other grievances.
By Michael Weissenstein, Eva Vergara, Associated Press
Thousands of protesters crowded again into central Santiago, and one group set fire to a building that houses a fast-food restaurant and stores.
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