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Polls now Closed in Turkish Elections
Erdogan, who has been at Turkey's helm for the past 15 years, is seen as the front-runner. But he is facing a tough challenge by a robust opposition that has joined forces in a bid to unseat him.
U.S. government reunites 522 children removed under 'zero tolerance'
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Homeland Security Department said late Saturday the government has reunited 522 children separated from adults as part of a "Zero Tolerance" initiative and plans to reunite another 16 children over the next 24 hours. A woman holds a child's hand as undocumented immig
More than 1,000 Macedonians protest country's name change
Protestors shout slogans against the change of the country's constitutional name in front of the Parliament building in Skopje, Macedonia June 23, 2018. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski
Argentina: Cocaine Seized in World Cup Trophy Replicas
This June 21, 2018, photo, released by the National Security Ministry, shows fake World Cup trophies stuffed with cocaine, and the product itself on display next to the trophies, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Trump Emphasizes Border Security as Immigration Debate Rages
President Donald Trump put the emphasis on border security Friday, capping off a week when the immigration issue became a political firestorm that swept through Washington. The president reversed his policy of separating immigrant children from their parents on Thursday, but the administration now f
Zimbabwe's President Mnangagwa Unhurt After Blast at Rally
An explosion rocked a stadium in Zimbabwe where President Emmerson Mnangagwa was addressing a political rally on Saturday, his spokesman said, adding the head of state was unhurt and taken to safety.
Iraqi Military Says 45 IS Members Killed in Air Strike
Among those killed were the militant group's "deputy war minister," one of its "media emirs," the leader's personal courier and its police chief, the military said in a statement.
Separation Stress May Permanently Damage Migrant Children
President Trump signed an executive order Wednesday to keep migrant children with their parents at the southwestern U.S. border, but more than 2,000 children are living in shelters without their families. Doctors and mental health workers are concerned that some of these children will suffer permane
Michigan Muslim American Candidate Eyes Historic Seat in Congress
About 100 Muslim Americans are running for public office this year, many of them Democrats hoping to be part of a "blue wave" in the congressional midterm elections in November. VOA's Kane Farabaugh has been following one former Michigan state legislator who has her eyes on the U.S. Congress, so muc
Kidambi Srikanth, PV Sindhu and other top Indian shuttlers ready for gruelling season as action resumes on World Tour - Firstpost
Inevitably, after the lull comes the storm. Following a month-long hiatus at the end of the Thomas and Uber Cup international team tournaments, the badminton World Tour is once again poised to gather steam with four top-level (in terms of prize money offered) tournaments in South-East Asia, hard on
Cracking art : the Vietnam craftsman making World Cup mascots from eggshells
Football scarves, shirts and… eggshell art? World Cup swag has taken a quirky turn in Vietnam where a retired schoolteacher is making mascot memorabilia from hollowed-out eggs, meticulously crafted by hand.
Vietnam busts $26 mn online betting ring : state media
“Since early 2017, the total transactions of the gambling ring have been worth more than 600 billion dong ($26 million)”, state-run Vietnam Television reported, adding that thousands of people across Vietnam had used its services.
Watch the trailer for the last episode of 'Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown'
Anthony Bourdain, RIP, talks about death and spirituality in the final episode of "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown"Image: cnn
U.S. citizen arrested during Vietnam protest still not charged with crime
The Vietnamese government has still not charged a U.S. citizen who was arrested there while taking part in a demonstration, but they did allow U.S. consular officers to visit the man last week, the State Department said on Thursday.
Border Patrol Seizes Heroin at New Mexico Checkpoint
ALAMOGORDO, N.M. —The U.S. Border Patrol says its agents have seized more than $1 million in heroin at an immigration checkpoint in New Mexico.The agency says authorities conducting an inspection at the checkpoint on New Mexico Highway 70 found the drugs Thursday in a black Honda that was being tran
No Narcotics In Anthony Bourdain's System When He Died: Report
The celebrity chef and CNN hostdied June 8 at the age of 61in a hotel room inKaysersberg, France. The death was ruled suicide by hanging, and a toxicology report was ordered.
Migrant Family Separation Controversy
Join moderator Michael Warren of the Weekly Standard for a round table discussion of the week’s top stories with Tom DeFrank of the National Journal and Phillippe Gelie of Le Figaro. Topping the headlines – the handling of children in the current immigration debate and President Trump's proposed tar
Anthony Bourdain's death: No narcotics in his system at time of death, official says
Anthony Bourdain's passion for food and travel inspired us to taste and see the world. The iconic chef, author and TV host was found dead of an apparent suicide in Strasbourg, France, where he’d been filming segments for his CNN show ‘Parts Unknown.'USA TODAY
No Drugs, No Alcohol in US Celebrity Chef Bourdain's Body When He Died: Prosecutor
U.S. celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, who killed himself in a French hotel room earlier this month, had no narcotics or alcohol in his body when he died, a local prosecutor said on Friday.
Lawmakers, Human Rights Groups React to Trump's Executive Order
For six weeks, South Texans watched as a “zero tolerance” immigration policy ripped apart migrant families in their communities. Following U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive order to reverse course and replace family separation with a policy of family unit detention, some residents breathed a s