Afghan President Begins Pakistan Visit | Voice of America

ISLAMABAD - Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has begun a two-day official visit to Pakistan to pursue what aides say would be the normalization of the relationship between the two uneasy neighboring countries. The Afghan...

Germany’s Merkel Seen Shaking Again at Berlin Event | Voice of America

BERLIN - German Chancellor Angela Merkel appeared unsteady...

Australian Student Thought Missing in North Korea | Voice of America

SYDNEY - Australian government officials are urgently seeking to confirm whether one of its citizens has been detained in North Korea. The family of Alek Sigley, an Australian student living in Pyongyang, say they...

Trial Opens over Bangladesh Teen’s Grisly Murder | Voice of America

DHAKA - At least sixteen people were facing the death penalty in a trial that started Thursday over the gruesome death of a young Bangladeshi woman that sparked protests and government promises of tough...

Trump in Japan for G-20 Summit, Talks With World Leaders | Voice of America

U.S. President Donald Trump arrived Thursday in Osaka,...

Brandi Chastain, Michelle Akers launch landmark CTE study for women’s soccer

On Friday, Team USA will take on France in the Women's World Cup quarterfinal. But meanwhile, first on "CBS This Morning," former soccer stars Michelle Akers and Brandi Chastain reveal how they're raising awareness...

1st heat wave of the season possible from Chicago to New York

It's officially been summer for less than a week, but the temperatures from Chicago to New York are making it feel like the height of the season. Interested in Weather? Add Weather as an interest to...

North Korea reportedly detains Australian student Alek Sigley who lives in Pyongyang

Canberra, Australia -- The Australian government said Thursday it was "urgently seeking clarification" on reports that an Australian had been detained in North Korea, which the attorney-general described as a "matter of the utmost...

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