Full story - May 25, 2018
Film producer Harvey Weinstein, surrounded by NYC authorities, arrives at the 1st Precinct in Manhattan.
Film producer Harvey Weinstein surrendered on Friday to authorities at a New York City police station on sex crime charges, months after he was toppled from Hollywood's most powerful ranks by scores of women accusing him of misconduct.
Full story - May 24, 2018
A side by side photos shows Donald Trump on the left and Kim Jong-un on the right.
In a letter to Kim Jong-un, Trump said it would be "inappropriate" for the planned June 12 summit to take place.
Full story - May 24, 2018
rwanda
Selling America's used clothing — much of it donated to charities and the bulk of it originally made outside the United States — is a nearly $1 billion industry. Exports typically end up in poor nations. Africa is a key destination. But Rwanda wants to grow its own textile industry, and those used clothes are an obstacle.
Full story - May 23, 2018
Police stand along barricades while protesters hold signs about the MS-13 gang.
In a roundtable, Trump said, "every time someone comes in from a certain country, we are going to deduct a rather large sum of money."
Full story - May 23, 2018
saudi
"It's an act to stifle any kind of mobilization in Saudi Arabia that comes from the grassroots level," said Madawi al-Rasheed, visiting professor at the London School of Economics.
Full story - May 22, 2018
Four women in brightly colored clothing holding their babies as they attend a family planning course given by a nurse from the NGO Marie Stopes at a dispensary in the village of Nedgo, near Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, on February 16, 2018.
The US development agency, USAID, cut all money for Marie Stopes International when it refused to comply with an anti-abortion rule reinstated by President Donald Trump in January 2017. NGOs say contraceptive programs are crucial in Burkina Faso, where the fertility rate is 5.5 births per woman.
Full story - May 22, 2018
Trailers are pictured on the Mexico-Puebla highway
Truckers covering Mexico's vast territory often move in convoys to reduce the risk of robberies, which in 2017 almost doubled to nearly 3,000. Some drive with armed escorts traveling alongside them. Others remove the logos from their trucks.
Full story - May 21, 2018
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro raises a finger
Venezuela's mainstream opposition boycotted Sunday's vote, given two of its most popular leaders were barred, authorities had banned the coalition and various of its parties, and the election board is run by Maduro loyalists.
Full story - May 20, 2018
A view overhead as two women behind a red table check photo IDs of voters.
His victory could trigger oil sanctions from the US government] and more censure from the European Union and Latin America.
Full story - May 19, 2018
A young boy bends his head in prayer. He is surrounded by several white candles on either side.
The attack is the second mass shooting in Texas within the last year and comes three months after 17 were killed in Parkland, Florida.

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