Ten die but Abdul Rashid Dostum is unhurt, as he returns to Kabul from self-imposed exile.
The documents show the FBI believed Carter Page was “collaborating and conspiring” with Russia.
It’s been four years since the attack on a flight in Ukraine killed several AIDS prevention advocates. Ahead of a conference, one advocate says they would have wanted to keep attention on the fight.
Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed in a car bomb last October. The final words on her blog were: “There are crooks everywhere you look now. The situation is desperate.”
Construction on a new subway line has uncovered marble busts, frescoes, mosaics, even ancient peach pits, dating back nearly 2,000 years. Archaeologists have also found an ancient military barracks.
Maria Toorpakai was stopped from playing squash in her native Pakistan. Today she’s one of the best players. Her story is told in The War to Be Her by Erin Heidenreich. Korva Coleman speaks to them.
A Honduran baby was reunited with his family in Honduras after he was separated when they tried to cross the U.S.-Mexico border. NPR’s Korva Coleman speaks with Julie Watson of The Associated Press.
Most of those migrating to the U.S. from Central America are fleeing violence and joblessness. Many come from Guatemala where returnees deported from the U.S. may only intensify those conditions.
Pakistan heads to general elections on Wednesday. But voters are polarized and extremist groups are openly campaigning, despite pressure on Pakistan to crack down on militant organizations.
Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil says not posing for photographs with the Turkish president would have been “disrespecting his ancestors’ roots”.
Flash floods in Vietnam have now claimed at least 19 lives, the government has said, as residents in affected areas sought safety in higher ground.