Russia sours on Trump, a Syrian family's first Passover, Toronto's baby capybaras
April 10, 2017
Today, are US-Russia relations on the rocks? Also, the plight of one Syrian refugee mother. Plus, why President Donald Trump is good for Iranian art.
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This year, Rachel Miller's family in the Boston area is sharing the Jewish holiday of Passover with a Syrian family living with them for the year.
A botched US raid whipped a Somali crowd into a frenzy. A new film depicts the aftermath.
As a writer dedicated to promoting Iranian culture, stories I pitched ages ago have now, because of Trump, become more relevant than ever.
As a US strike group led by an aircraft carrier steamed toward the Korean peninsula Sunday, a senior official said President Donald Trump has asked to be provided with a range of options for eliminating the North Korean nuclear threat.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson heads to Moscow, where the view of Trump's America is shifting, but not in predictable ways.
“I know that there is this new policy, that it’s this 'America First,'” said Anote Tong, former president of Kiribati. “But [that] doesn’t mean that you destroy our home by putting America first.”
An unmarked hotel along the Mexico-Guatemala border has become a frequent stop for weary migrants from parts of Africa and Haiti heading north.
Last summer, a pair of capybaras escaped from Toronto's High Park Zoo. The "High Park Two" are now five. Meet the "capy-babies."