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As Food Crisis Worsens, Venezuelans Loot Almost-Empty Stores
06/20/2016 4:13 PM
As food becomes increasingly scarce, hungry Venezuelans have carried out dozens of riots this month, ransacking stores that have little on their shelves.
Refugees, Displaced People Surpass 60 Million For First Time, UNHCR Says
06/20/2016 12:01 PM
At the end of 2015, 65.3 million people had fled conflict and persecution, the refugee agency says. That's one in every 113 people ? or 24 people every minute. And very few found places to resettle.
U.N. Report: ISIS Is Committing Genocide Against Yazidis
06/20/2016 9:02 AM
The U.N. Human Rights Commission report says ISIS is committing crimes against the Yazidi population in Syria and Iraq. Renee Montagne talks to Vitit Muntarbhorn, one of the authors of the report.
How Do Europeans Feel About Britain Possibly Leaving The EU?
06/20/2016 9:02 AM
Renee Montagne talks to Suzanne Lynch, the EU correspondent for The Irish Times newspaper, about Brexit from the European Union perspective.
Nascent Journal To Help Refugees Preserve And Publish Their Research
06/20/2016 9:02 AM
Renee Montagne talks to Paul Ostwald, editor-in-chief of The Journal of Interrupted Studies. It will publish works by migrants and refugees whose academic research has been interrupted.
Russia Ramps Up Its Military Presence In The Arctic Circle
06/20/2016 9:02 AM
A new Cold War is brewing in the Arctic as Russia looks north from its remote port of Murmansk at a new era of dominance in a polar region opening up because of melting sea ice.
Yes, There's A Summer Camp Dedicated To Learning About North Korea
06/20/2016 8:43 AM
On a beach resort in Southern South Korea, the government sponsors camps each year where kids as young as six are taught about North Koreans, to prepare for a peaceful "reunification" one day.
Nigeria Prepares For Drastic Economic Changes
06/19/2016 9:24 PM
Nigeria is Africa's largest economy. Reuters correspondent Alexis Akwagyiram explains why President Muhammadu Buhari wants to stop pegging the country's currency to the U.S. dollar.
U.S. And China Both Agree On 'Brexit': U.K. Should Stay In EU
06/19/2016 9:24 PM
As United Kingdom voters prepare to vote on whether to remain in the European Union, President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping both think leaving is a bad idea for the economy.
PHOTOS: Thousands Protest Against U.S. Military Presence In Okinawa, Japan
06/19/2016 2:16 PM
Tens of thousands of people demonstrated against the heavy U.S. military presence on the island of Okinawa, Japan, after an American allegedly raped and killed a local woman.
Welcome To Mongolia's New Postal System: An Atlas Of Random Words
06/19/2016 11:57 AM
Turns out it's often tough to track down an address in Mongolia. So, the country asked a British startup to help overhaul its address system, using random three-word phrases to make it more exact.
Investigators Say Orlando Shooter Showed Few Warning Signs Of Radicalization
06/18/2016 7:54 PM
After interviewing dozens of people who knew Omar Mateen, investigators say his profile is more like that of a "typical mass shooter" than an individual radicalized by ISIS.
Suspect Charged With The Murder Of British Lawmaker Jo Cox
06/18/2016 4:45 PM
When he was asked to give his name, suspect Thomas Mair used the opportunity to say "Death to traitors, freedom for Britain." He was formally charged with Cox's murder, which has shocked the U.K.
Canada Legalizes Physician-Assisted Dying
06/18/2016 3:13 PM
Canadian lawmakers have passed legislation to legalize physician-assisted death. It comes after an intense debate about who should be eligible for the option.
Rio's Governor Declares 'State Of Calamity' Ahead Of Olympic Games
06/18/2016 1:30 PM
Just seven weeks before the opening ceremony of the Olympics, the governor of Rio de Janeiro has declared a "state of calamity." He says the state's government is bankrupt.
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