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In Virginia, religious leaders are trying to comfort their congregations and address the complicated racial tensions facing the city.

This month, India and Pakistan celebrate 70 years of independence. But the scars of a violent partition linger. An oral history project is racing to collect stories from those who lived through it.

"In the winter, the sea attacks us," a fisherman says. "We are afraid the village will sink into the sea." The World Bank says Egypt is among the countries most vulnerable to climate change's effects.

President Trump spoke with French President Emmanuel Macron amid mounting tensions with North Korea. Trump is not backing down from his rhetoric on North Korea.

A white supremacist rally in Charlottesville turned violent Saturday, with a vehicle plowing into the crowd. Vice Mayor Wes Bellamy reacts to the incident.

President Donald Trump spoke out against the violence that erupted earlier today at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va.

White nationalists and counter-protesters clashed in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has declared a state of emergency in response to the violence.

A Google memo spurs gender debates, Airbnb cancels bookings by users connected to the "Unite The Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va. and a DC man schedules six dates in one night and gets caught.

The trailer in a human smuggling case in Texas that left 10 people dead belonged to a small-town trucking company in Iowa. The incident has helped raised awareness among truckers.

In Kenya, police fired tear gas and bullets on demonstrators in slums around Nairobi. Kenya's commission on human rights says at least 24 people have been killed since Tuesday's presidential vote.

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