Jamileh Alamolhoda, the wife of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, talks about why Iran's government is unwilling to compromise on compulsory headscarf rules.
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Jamileh Alamolhoda, wife of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, about why Iran's ruling establishment won't compromise on compulsory headscarves.
A series of violent escalations on the border between Israel and Gaza over the past week during a sensitive Jewish holiday period raised the specter of an escalation for the first time since May.
An NPR investigation found flaws in the Pentagon's claim that deadly airstrikes did not hit civilians. These are the documents NPR obtained from the Pentagon.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks to U.S. Special Envoy for Yemen, Tim Lenderking, about his recent efforts to rally international support for the war-ravage country
After making a deal to free Americans held in Iran, the U.S. is looking with other countries to find ways to stop countries from making arbitrary arrests.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Babak Namazi, whose brother was held captive by Iran.
Morocco's earthquake last week hit thousands of people who live in traditional villages in the Atlas Mountains. NPR followed rescuers and saw just how hard it was getting to people in need.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Abram Paley, deputy special envoy for Iran, on the prisoner swap that allowed five Americans who'd been detained in Iran for years, to return to the U.S.
The former prisoners were tearfully reunited with family and friends at the airport, hugging and crying after years of enforced separation.