Representatives for President Nicolás Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaidó are slated to hold direct talks in Norway this week aimed at breaking months of political gridlock.
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More than 1,000 people participated in the banquet, where 20 couples were married. Taiwan passed legislation this month recognizing same-sex marriages on the island.
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President Trump is in Japan this weekend, the latest country to try to get in his good graces with a good show.
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India's right-wing Hindu nationalist party declared victory in this year's election. NPR's Susan Davis speaks with journalist Rana Ayyub about what this means for the country's minority communities.
NPR's Susan Davis talks to Outside magazine editor Grayson Schaffer about the recent deaths of climbers on Mount Everest.
ISIS has radicalized people around the world. But even with one of the world's largest Muslim populations, India has had very few cases of radicalization — until recently. Most cases are in the south.
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Trump will meet with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, attend a sumo wrestling match and go to an imperial banquet hosted by Emperor Naruhito.
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"I believe this is the first time since the beginning of European integration that this European Union could actually break apart," center-left Dutch politician Frans Timmermans warned this month.
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Support is growing in Europe for an international tribunal to try ISIS suspects in Iraq or northeast Syria. A Kurdish trial reveals how those tribunals may work.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Sebastian Payne, Financial Times political correspondent, about the coming resignation of Prime Minister Theresa May and the candidates who could replace her.
On a visit to Japan, President Trump hopes to open markets to U.S. farm products, close the trade deficit with Japan and get a limit on the number of cars exports. It's unlikely he'll get all three.
Theresa May announced she'll be stepping down as prime minister of the U.K. on June 7. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with George Parker of the Financial Times for the latest.
Theresa May's term as prime minister has been one misstep after another, starting with calling an early election that left her weakened and without support to negotiate the U.K.'s exit from the E.U.
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NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Christoph Schott from the activist group AVAAZ about the group's new research into the online disinformation from far right groups in Europe.
Germans haven't cared so much in the past about elections to the European Union Parliament, but Brexit has refocused attention on the institutions that make the E.U. work.
The Pentagon would not say where the troops would be sent, other than that they would not be heading to Iraq and Syria. Some of the forces have already arrived in the region.
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The worldview that nations should promote their interests over those of the international community poses a challenge for Germany, a country built on partnerships.
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A three-judge panel made a unanimous ruling on Friday that outraged the LGBTQ community. People convicted of homosexual acts will continue to face the threat of up to 14 years in prison.
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A researcher wanted to see how girls of different nationalities perceived the idea of a princess.
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Theresa May has announced her plan to resign as Britain's prime minister. NPR's Noel King speaks with British Member of Parliament Stephen Crabb.