Years before she was born, Nakatani Etsuko's father was poisoned by radiation from the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. More than 70 years later, she still worries that she might get sick, too, and she wants the Japanese government to help.
Israel holds a national election in two weeks. So, why did Israeli politicians come all the way to Washington to take part in a conference sponsored by the Jewish lobbying group, AIPAC?
Hundreds of thousands of Algerians have been protesting against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s bid for a fifth term.
Article 24 of the UN Charter says states should not use force to change borders, but that's exactly what happened in Golan Heights and it's why the rest of the world hasn't recognized Israel's annexation of the territory.
Dozens of French children are stranded in Syria as the battle against ISIS winds down. Many are under the age of seven. Will fear prevent these children from returning to France?
In last three months, ICE has released some 107,000 migrant parents and children in Texas, Arizona and California, many without next steps in place. Shelters, churches and volunteers have stepped in to help these families get to their next destinations. Most are trying to join relatives and friends elsewhere.
Two museums in the UK have been the first to reject donations from the Sackler family, which earned its fortune from Purdue Pharma, the company that created OxyContin.
The Mueller probe is over and investigators said there was no collusion. What does this mean for US-Russian relations now? A former ambassador says he's worried.
The World's Marco Werman spoke with British Consul General Harriet Cross about how the UK is grappling with its image internationally as Brexit continues to slog along.