Full story - January 03, 2019
Cuban artist Tania Bruguera stands with her arms in the air, and dozens of people behind her, standing in the same position
Under the new law artists, musicians and performers are prohibited from operating in public or private spaces without prior approval by the Ministry of Culture.
Full story - January 03, 2019
a woman with a sign
Sexual abuse allegations against a popular actor have rocked Argentina in recent weeks. Thousands of women have come forward with their stories of sexual assault using the hashtag, #Miracomonosponemo, meaning, "Look at what you've done to us."
Full story - January 03, 2019
Congressional Representatives-elect Rashida Tlaib, left, and Ilhan Omar, right, will both use Qurans during their ceremonial swearings-in on Jan. 3, 2019.
For many Muslim Americans, the presence of a Quran is a symbolic moment amid a presidential administration that has seemed to wage an all-out war on the triple whammy of what Tlaib and Omar represent: immigrants, Muslims and women.
Full story - January 03, 2019
Supporters of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) hold signs during the Women's March rally in Las Vegas, Jan. 21, 2018.
Higher education institutions in the US are stepping into some of the nation's most pressing immigration policy debates.
Full episode - January 03, 2019
Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), the first Palestinian-American elected to the House, poses in her Palestinian thobe, surrounded by friends and family
It's day 1 for the new Democratic-led Congress. We hear from a Minnesota teacher goes to Washington to witness the swearing-in of her new representative, Congresswoman Ilhan Omar. Also, the former captain of Afghanistan's women's national soccer team talks about what she says has been a long pattern of sexual harassment and abuse of players by Afghan soccer officials. And, Israeli students dare to make falafel out of algae.
Full episode - January 02, 2019
A crowd of people, some wearing police hats or helmets, surround two women
As US President Donald Trump demands a border wall and Democrats refuse to fund it, we go to Israel to talk about two different walls there. Plus, two women make history by entering an Indian temple that had banned women of menstruating age. And, China is due to land on the dark side of the moon any day now.
Full story - January 01, 2019
These are 3 photos of Vladimir Putin's calendars. On the first one from the left, he is holding a fish in his hands wearing green cargo pants, a hat, sunglasses and no shirt. Second one, Putin is exercising in a gym. Third one he is   wearing a black suit
"Strong man" calendars are making a comeback in 2019.
Full story - December 31, 2018
Stan Lee poses like Spiderman shooting a web from his wrist
Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, a screenwriter and hip-hop editor, says that Marvel comics gave him a common language with other kids after his family moved from Guyana to Brooklyn, New York, in the 1980s.
Full story - December 31, 2018
Francis Fukuyama standing outside with his arms crossed.
2018 saw populist political movements drive leadership crises in France, Germany and the UK. The World asks Francis Fukuyama, author of "The End of History," to focus on identity politics and ginned up divisions in those countries and here in the US.

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