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Is Venezuela lurching toward war?

Is Venezuela lurching toward war?

A bloody showdown over the weekend sees both sides now digging in their heels.

How women raised their voices at the Vatican

The Vatican summit is dominated by men, but women are speaking out and up -- including on sexual abuse perpetrated by women.
U.S. lawmakers sound off during humanitarian aid standoff on Venezuelan border

U.S. lawmakers sound off during humanitarian aid standoff on Venezuelan border

Republicans are pretty much unified in their criticism of the Maduro government. But Democrats are split on the United States' role in the growing conflict.
The Kalashnikov assault rifle changed the world. Now there’s a Kalashnikov kamikaze drone.

The Kalashnikov assault rifle changed the world. Now there’s a Kalashnikov kamikaze drone.

The Kalashnikov drone is now on sale, and it could transform warfare much as the AK-47 did in the last century.

Vietnam’s unspoken link to Kim Jong Un: The woman accused of assassinating his half brother

30-year-old Doan Thi Huong is accused of killing Kim Jong Nam. The orders almost certainly came from Pyongyang.
India wants to use water as a weapon against Pakistan. A 59-year-old treaty stands in the way.

India wants to use water as a weapon against Pakistan. A 59-year-old treaty stands in the way.

To punish Pakistan, India would have to violate a 1960 treaty that is a rare example of cooperation between the two nuclear-armed rivals.
India orders ‘staggering’ eviction of 1 million indigenous people. Some environmentalists are cheering.

India orders ‘staggering’ eviction of 1 million indigenous people. Some environmentalists are cheering.

The Supreme Court decision would render vulnerable indigenous population homeless.
Trump and May create citizens ‘of nowhere’

Trump and May create citizens ‘of nowhere’

The moves to strip two women who joined the Islamic State of their citizenship stir controversy.
How countries may try to avoid taking back ISIS fighters and their families

How countries may try to avoid taking back ISIS fighters and their families

Experts worry about a broader phenomenon of de facto statelessness confronting foreign fighters seeking to return home.
The India-Pakistan relationship is facing the most serious escalation in decades. Here’s how it got to this point.

The India-Pakistan relationship is facing the most serious escalation in decades. Here’s how it got to this point.

As tensions rise following an unprecedented attack in Kashmir, here's what you need to know about the grudges between the two nuclear-armed neighbors.

Kenya is close to legalizing homosexuality. What about the rest of Africa?

LGBT communities across Africa are anxiously watching a court case in Kenya, where a court will either retain or scrap a colonial-era law that criminalizes homosexuality.
Pope Francis is holding the Vatican’s first summit on sexual abuse. Recent scandals suggest it is long overdue.

Pope Francis is holding the Vatican’s first summit on sexual abuse. Recent scandals suggest it is long overdue.

The Vatican summit on sexual abuse comes on the heels of a historically bad year for the Catholic Church.
Trump urged Europe to take back its ISIS fighters. He appears less keen on taking back those from the U.S.

Trump urged Europe to take back its ISIS fighters. He appears less keen on taking back those from the U.S.

President Trump announced Wednesday that 24-year-old Hoda Muthana will not be allowed back into the United States.
Trump-Kim summit: From Yongbyon site to sanctions, what each side may bring to the table

Trump-Kim summit: From Yongbyon site to sanctions, what each side may bring to the table

A look at what the United States and North Korea will bring to the table at next week's summit.
The hopes and fears surrounding the second Trump-Kim summit

The hopes and fears surrounding the second Trump-Kim summit

Trump needs a long term road-map. Does he have one?

New Zealand’s former prime minister appeared to cheer China in a state newspaper op-ed. She says she didn’t write it.

What initially appeared to be an odd embrace of the Chinese leadership by a former New Zealand prime minister has since turned into a more complex story.