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British Prime Minister Theresa May announced she is stepping down. And, President Trump's tough talk on China sounds a lot like his tough talk on Japan in the 1980s. Plus, how much does a kilogram weigh, really? The answer is more complicated than you might think.
Amid rising tensions between the US and Iran, we ask Sen. Chris Murphy of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee to weigh in. Also, it was a landslide election victory for India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his ruling party. And, a report on the first transgender woman to address the Armenian parliament amid widespread discrimination against LGBTQ.
A hydrodam in Turkey will soon flood a Kurdish town. But water is only part of the story. Also, what are the effects of US sanctions on Iraq? And, Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina was on the leading edge of gay rights in the country. He died on Tuesday.
Recycled computers from America are poisoning people in Southeast Asia. Plus, why the US State Department granted citizenship to one child in a family, but not his brother. Also, why Britain's pro-Brexit party expects to dominate the British vote in this week's European Parliament elections.
What do US veterans think about the possibility that the president could issue pardons for service members convicted of war crimes? We reached out to vets who served in Afghanistan and Iraq for their reaction. Also, how volunteers are helping to provide health care for the growing number of migrants crossing the US-Mexico border. And a historic mission to study the icy waters underneath Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier.
Taiwan becomes the first place in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage. Switzerland faces the question of gun control in a national referendum on Sunday. And American Cheryl Porter has been teaching gospel, soul and R&B in Italy for the past 20 years. She's a sensation, especially with white Italian tweens, who seek her coaching so that they can learn to sing like Beyoncé.