NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Miami Herald reporter Jacqueline Charles about those indicted in the 2021 assassination of the Haitian president, including his widow and the former prime minister.
Once touted as a key U.S. ally in the war against drugs, former president of Honduras Juan Orlando Hernández's trial begins in New York, as he stands accused of overseeing a "narco state."
The Biden administration has again used its veto power on the UN security council to block a call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. A U.S. ambassador suggested a different draft resolution.
Ukraine's domestic arms manufacturers bristle at the notion the country relies entirely on military aid from the U.S. and Europe. The country's weapons development and production, they say, is robust.
The proposal comes at a time when the war between Israel and Hamas has put Palestinians and Israelis on edge.
Tuesday's vote marked the third U.S. veto of a Security Council resolution demanding a cease-fire in Gaza. The Arab nations behind the plan hoped to show broad support for ending the Israel-Hamas war.
Photographer Chiara Negrello documented Ukrainian caregivers in Italy as they try to stay connected to family back home during the ongoing war.
WikiLeaks founder Assange's latest battle to avoid extradition to U.S. Egypt builds buffer in anticipation of a Palestinian refugee spillover. Louisiana's legislature begins special session on crime.
Julian Assange's lawyers will begin their final U.K. legal challenge on Tuesday to stop the WikiLeaks founder from being sent to the United States to face spying charges.
A judge in Haiti probing the 2021 assassination of President Jovenel Moïse indicted his widow, Martine Moïse, ex-prime minister Claude Joseph and the ex-chief of Haiti's National Police, Léon Charles.