In our news wrap Tuesday, a Russian warplane was shot down by Turkey, which claims the jet entered its airspace and ignored calls to leave. But Russia insists the jet was in Syrian airspace. Also, French prosecutors announced that the…
By News Desk
Turkey shot down a Russian war plane Tuesday, saying it violated Turkish airspace. But Moscow officials said the jet fighter was flying over Syria at the time.
By Associated Press
The global anxiety sparked by a series of deadly attacks in Paris by the Islamic State group has given new urgency to President Barack Obama's upcoming talks with world leaders…
By Larisa Epatko
Conflicting preliminary reports came out about the crash of a Russian airliner, Turkey had snap elections, and a change on Twitter made some users unhappy. See how much you know about the week’s international news in our 5-minute quiz.
Turkey's President Erdogan and his AK Party appear to have gotten the majority they needed to regain control of parliament. NewsHour special correspondent Malcolm Brabant joins Hari Sreenivasan via Skype from Turkey with more on Sunday's elections.
By Bradley Klapper, Associated Press
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with some of the world's most repressive governments Sunday, hoping to deepen America's economic and security ties in Central Asia despite the often poor respect for human rights across the strategic region.
The bombings in Turkey on Saturday came as the country fights alongside the U.S. against ISIS militants in neighboring Syria and Iraq. Emre Peker, a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, joins Hari Sreenivasan via Skype from Istanbul to discuss…
By Elisabeth Ponsot
Twin explosions carried out by suspected suicide bombers in Ankara, Turkey, killed dozens of people who had assembled in the capital city on Saturday to attend a peace rally.
In our news wrap Tuesday, the head of NATO rejected Russia's claim that its planes twice accidentally strayed into Turkey while on bombing runs in Syria, calling the actions "unacceptable." Also, at a meeting of European officials in Brussels. Turkey…
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