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Pompeo Says 'There's No Doubt' Iran Attacked 2 Tankers
06/16/2019 9:55 PM
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo pledges to guarantee freedom of navigation in the Strait of Hormuz, a major oil route where the two tankers were hit.
Notre Dame Holds 1st Mass Since Fire Devastated The Historic Paris Cathedral
06/16/2019 8:04 PM
A group of around 30 people wearing hardhats gathered for Mass in the cathedral on Saturday, exactly two months after a severe fire. The service was not open to the public.
Boeing CEO Admits Mistake In 737 MAX Communication
06/16/2019 6:54 PM
Ahead of Paris Air Show, Dennis Muilenburg concedes his company did not give enough information about a malfunctioning safety light.
U.S. Continues Dominance In Women's World Cup With 3-0 Win Over Chile
06/16/2019 6:20 PM
They won before a sell-out crowd in Paris on Sunday. It was a gem of a game for the team, which controlled play from the beginning with crisp and precise passes. The win assures the U.S. will advance.
Millions In Argentina And Uruguay Without Electricity After Power Failure
06/16/2019 3:55 PM
A massive outage rolled across Argentina and Uruguay, plunging millions into darkness.
Hong Kong Executive Apologizes As Protests Continue Over Extradition Bill
06/16/2019 2:28 PM
Chief Executive Carrie Lam says her management of an extradition bill caused "disputes in society." Protesters say they want the bill scrapped and Lam to step down.
'The Shanghai Free Taxi' Delves Deep Into China's Troubles
06/16/2019 2:10 PM
NPR's Frank Langfitt wanted to get to know the real China, so he started a free taxi service in an effort to have conversations with a variety of people. His new book is the result of this reporting.
Sudan's Internet Outage
06/16/2019 12:03 PM
Sudanese authorities shut down the Internet around the same time that they violently broke up an opposition sit-in seeking civilian rule. The protesters are gone, but the Internet is still down.
'I Would Do Anything For Her': A German Dad's Search For His Daughter, Taken By ISIS
06/16/2019 11:51 AM
A German father fights to find and bring home his young daughter, taken by his ex-wife when she went to Syria five years ago with her new husband, an ISIS fighter.
Crew Of Norwegian-Owned Oil Tanker Arrives In Dubai After 'Hostile Attack'
06/16/2019 1:30 AM
The 10-member crew of Front Altair reached Dubai two days after explosions rocked two oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz. Backed by video evidence, the U.S. is blaming Iran.
Kenya Police Blame Al-Shabab For Blast Near Somalia That Left Officers Dead
06/15/2019 3:37 PM
At least 10 officers were reportedly killed in the explosion Saturday morning local time. The officers were said to be pursuing extremists who had kidnapped police reservists.
Yazidi Children, Torn From Their Families By ISIS, Forget Their Identities
06/15/2019 11:57 AM
Watfa and Jeelan are finally free of the ISIS woman who kept them captive for the past five years. But she's the only "family" they can remember and they want to go back to her.
Hong Kong To Shelve Controversial Extradition Bill
06/15/2019 11:57 AM
Hong Kong's government has agreed to shelve an unpopular extradition agreement with Beijing.
Migrants Taking Riskier Routes To Avoid Mexican Authorities
06/15/2019 11:57 AM
As Mexico cracks down on migrants trying to get to the United States, migrants are trying to evade authorities by taking riskier routes, often putting them in the way of thieves and drug gangs.
New Tensions Between U.S. And Iran After Tanker Attacks
06/15/2019 11:57 AM
NPR's Scott Simon asks Ariane Tabatabai, an associate political scientist at the RAND Corporation, about rising tensions between the U.S. and Iran.





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