Vice President Kamala Harris called for a cease-fire in Gaza ahead of a meeting with Israeli war cabinet member Benny Gantz. France is set to enshrine abortion rights in its constitution.
A mobile medical clinic offering mental health care has sought to help Palestinians dealing with war-related anxiety, especially vulnerable communities, such as Bedouin tribes.
Haiti's government declared a state of emergency and curfew Sunday in a bid to regain control after violence over the weekend saw armed gang members storm the country's two biggest prisons.
The vice president's remarks on Sunday are some of the strongest by a senior U.S. official regarding the protection of civilians in Gaza.
There are an estimated six million Palestinian refugees in the diaspora — most of them descendants of families who left 76 years ago during the war when Israel was established.
Spotty internet and cell services, blackouts and the destruction of infrastructure in Gaza during Israel's war with Hamas have hampered aid and medical services and keeping in touch with loved ones.
German officers were reportedly talking about sending weapons to Ukraine and a potential strike by Ukrainian forces on a bridge in Crimea. The German chancellor called the incident "very serious."
Lawmakers in Pakistan's National Assembly elected Shehbaz Sharif as the country's new prime minister for the second time, as allies of imprisoned former premier Imran Khan shouted in protest.
We live in a rapidly aging world. A new global photography project captures the lives behind the statistics by documenting the lives of 72-year-olds — the world's median life expectancy today.
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe talks to Andrew Yeo of the Brookings Institution about a recent report raising questions about North Korea's weapons manufacturing capabilities.