Nearly a month after the House of Representatives took two historic votes to impeach the 45th president of the United States, the case moves to the Senate for trial. Follow The World's continuing coverage on the trial here.

Full story - January 15, 2020
Since 2010, when Myanmar ostensibly democratized and opened itself up to foreigners, many aid organizations have shifted their attention — and their funding — away from the border.
Full story - January 15, 2020
An illustration shows several bodies layed out in in various positions with one red body.
DNA testing is making it possible for thousands of families to recover and identify the skeletal remains of loved ones decades after they were murdered or disappeared. But some families are traumatized and distressed by these discoveries. 
Full story - January 15, 2020
Chinese Vice Premier Liu He and US President Donald Trump shake hands after signing phase one of the US-China trade agreement during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC, on January 15, 2020.
The US and China signed a deal Wednesday that is essentially a timeout in the two countries' trade war. Experts say that it's a step in the right direction — but there's still a lot of work left to do.
Full story - January 15, 2020
Shamshiri, a Persian restaurant in South Tel Aviv, Israel. 
After the United States killed Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu applauded the move. Israel’s security forces went on alert. Meanwhile, Iranian Jews in Israel say they hope for a day when they can go back to visit Iran.
Full episode - January 15, 2020
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is shown standing at a wooden podium with microphones and several lawmakers standing behind her.
The House of Representatives voted on a resolution today to name impeachment managers and transmit the articles of impeachment to the Senate. Also, as Russian President Vladimir Putin gave his hours long federal state address today, he suddenly shifted to talk about changing the constitution. Plus, the potential perils when a cool microbrew goes global. Refugees from Myanmar say buying Fat Tire beer also helps buy bullets for Myanmar's army, which has been on trial for genocide at The Hague.
Full story - January 14, 2020
Three large royal statues of the Kingdom of Dahomey
France announced a deadline to return 26 objects taken from Benin in the 1890s amid a growing call for the restitution of African art taken during colonial periods.
Full episode - January 14, 2020
Several people wearing hard hats are shown looking at nuclear equipment.
European nations have formally accused Iran of breaking the 2015 nuclear agreement, a move that could lead to the reimposition of UN sanctions on Tehran. The World asks: Why now? And what could new sanctions look like? Also, for the past several months, Americans have been hearing about Ukraine in the news. But for many Ukrainians, impeachment is the last thing on their minds. And, Canada is expected to be the part-time home to the UK's Prince Harry and his American wife, Meghan. But exactly where in Canada is a topic of fevered speculation, centered on British Columbia and Vancouver Island. Many residents there are pleased about the possibility of new royal neighbors
Full story - January 14, 2020
The following series of audio reports introduces listeners to both asylum-seekers desperate to make a home in Japan and the Japanese citizens who don’t think refugees can ever become Japanese.
Full story - January 14, 2020
Haitian American flutist and composer Nathalie Joachim
Haitian American flutist, composer and vocalist Nathalie Joachim pays tribute to female artists in her new album, "Fanm d'Ayiti," or "Women of Haiti." Joachim tells The World about the women who inspired the songs and the album that's been nominated for a Grammy.