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In our news wrap Tuesday, the Senate gave final approval to a Pentagon spending blueprint worth nearly $740 billion. It includes a 3 percent pay raise for military personnel -- the largest in more than a decade. Also, former Trump…
In our news wrap Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky held their first one-on-one meeting. It came in Paris, after the two met with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel for broader talks…
Unions and their supporters fear that the changes to how and when workers can retire will threaten the hard-fought French way of life.
By Angela Charlton, Sylvie Corbet, Associated Press
On this edition for Sunday, April 15, President Trump has another complicated weekend following missile strikes in Syria and as Washington readies for former FBI director James Comey’s new book. Also, while the art of photography has undergone a radical…
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Saturday, April 14, the U.S. and their allies strike targets in Syria in response to alleged chemical attacks, and assessing the potential impact of the escalation. Also, breaking down the details of the military operation in…
Syrians have continued to flee to neighboring countries and Europe as conflict in their country has intensified, and in Lebanon, nearly one in four people is a Syrian migrant. Meanwhile, pro-Assad leaders have condemned the coordinated strikes on Syria, with…
By Omar Etman
A quarter of all Air France pilots went on strike on Saturday, joining a wave of workers protesting a proposed labor law that would ease worker protections in France.
Yemen Scholar Says U.S. Drone Strikes May Have Driven al-Qaida Membership…
Longstanding Tensions Between Israel and Palestinians See Major Escalation…
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