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Brazil's Right-Wing candidate Scolds Son for Threat to Shut Top Court

Brazil's Right-Wing candidate Scolds Son for Threat to Shut Top Court

Brazil's leading presidential hopeful, Jair Bolsonaro, publicly upbraided his son on Monday for threatening to shut down the Supreme Court in comments that set off a storm of criticism and prompted
Saudi State TV Says Crown Prince Meets US's Mnuchin

Saudi State TV Says Crown Prince Meets US's Mnuchin

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin in Riyadh on Monday, Saudi state TV said in a tweet.Mnuchin said on Sunday Saudi Arabia's explanation of the killing
Transgender Activists Rally Against Reported Plan to Redefine Gender

Transgender Activists Rally Against Reported Plan to Redefine Gender

LGBT activists rallied Monday in front of the White House following a report over the weekend that the Trump administration is considering creating a strictly binary definition of gender that could
WADA Says Russia Critics Harming Doping Fight

WADA Says Russia Critics Harming Doping Fight

Unnerved by public disputes and bullying claims, the World Anti-Doping Agency is urging critics of the decision to reinstate Russia to cease their distracting attacks.WADA director general Olivier
Sandra Day O'Connor Withdraws From Public Life

Sandra Day O'Connor Withdraws From Public Life

Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court, has stepped back from public life.For more than a decade after leaving the court in 2006, O'Connor kept up an active schedule: serving as a
Zimbabwe Authorities Worried by Medical Drugs on Black Market

Zimbabwe Authorities Worried by Medical Drugs on Black Market

Authorities in Zimbabwe say the country's economic crisis has resulted in an acute shortage of essential medical drugs. Officials say the shortage has pushed some people to turn to the black market
October 22, 2018

October 22, 2018

A look at the best news photos from around the world.
Coalition Targets Islamic State in 2nd Mosque in Less than a Week

Coalition Targets Islamic State in 2nd Mosque in Less than a Week

The U.S.-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group has targeted a second mosque in eastern Syria in less than a week, saying the normally protected religious building was used as an insurgent
Humble Pomegranate Seed Provides Clue to How Yemen's War Fuels Hunger

Humble Pomegranate Seed Provides Clue to How Yemen's War Fuels Hunger

The tiny, red pomegranate seed may not look like much but it helps explain why Yemen's civil war has brought millions of people to the brink of famine.Pomegranate exports were a key source of income
South China Sea Code of Conduct Gains Momentum as China Moves to Complete Militarization

South China Sea Code of Conduct Gains Momentum as China Moves to Complete Militarization

As China moves to complete the creation of military outposts in the South China Sea, Beijing’s negotiation with southeastern Asian nations over a binding code of conduct is gaining momentum. But U.S.
Bolton Meets with Russian Officials on Trump Plan to Withdraw from Arms Treaty

Bolton Meets with Russian Officials on Trump Plan to Withdraw from Arms Treaty

U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton met Monday with top Russian officials about President Donald Trump's announced intention to pull out of a key Cold War arms deal with Moscow.Bolton discussed
Taiwan Closely Monitored Two US Warships' Path Through Taiwan Strait

Taiwan Closely Monitored Two US Warships' Path Through Taiwan Strait

The United States sent two warships through the Taiwan Strait, the U.S. Navy and Taiwan's defense ministry said on Monday, in a move that could anger Beijing amid heightening U.S. tensions with
Turkish Investigators Turn up Heat on Riyadh Over Khashoggi's Death

Turkish Investigators Turn up Heat on Riyadh Over Khashoggi's Death

Turkish investigators are stepping up pressure on Riyadh over the killing of Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan prepares to reveal key details about the case.On Monday,
What is the INF Treaty?

What is the INF Treaty?

U.S. President Donald Trump has pledged to pull out of a key Cold War arms deal with Russia, accusing Moscow of violating it.Here is some key information about the treaty.What is the INF?The
Late Saudi Writer Khashoggi Supported Arab Spring, Free Speech

Late Saudi Writer Khashoggi Supported Arab Spring, Free Speech

Khashoggi had a good sense of humor. He also had strong views on democracy and free speech in the Arab world.In recent years, he spoke with VOA's Edward Yeranian numerous times, expressing his views
NATO Says Service Member Killed in Afghanistan

NATO Says Service Member Killed in Afghanistan

NATO says one of its service members was killed and two others wounded in in attack in Herat province."Initial reports indicate the attack was committed by a member of the Afghan security forces," the
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Hidden in Diaries, Untold Stories of Boko Haram Survivors Feature in Film

Hidden in Diaries, Untold Stories of Boko Haram Survivors Feature in Film

Untold stories of young Nigerian women kidnapped by Boko Haram highlight a documentary debuting on Monday that reveals diaries kept by survivors forbidden from talking about their captivity.The
Relative: Victim of Brutal Ugandan Security Arrest Still Missing

Relative: Victim of Brutal Ugandan Security Arrest Still Missing

Uganda's security forces are under scrutiny after a video surfaced showing plain clothed officers brutally beating and arresting a civilian on the street. Uganda's army spokesman says the troops are
Cameroon's Biya Declared Election Winner

Cameroon's Biya Declared Election Winner

Cameroon's longtime leader Paul Biya has been declared the winner of the country's October 7 presidential poll. Opposition parties are rejecting the results, but the Constitutional Council has already