This Time, Rights Groups Might Be Less Willing To Champion Aung San Suu Kyi
Myanmar's ousted leader, once an icon of freedom, faces the prospect of another prolonged detention. But her handling of atrocities against the Rohingya has left her reputation abroad in tatters.
As Brazil Tops 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths, Protesters Blame President
Anti-government protesters took to the streets across Brazil as the nation's death toll reached a grim benchmark — a tragedy many critics blame on President Jair Bolsonaro handling of the pandemic.
A U.S. Student Who Went Missing In Russia Is Found Dead
Catherine Serou, a 34-year-old U.S. citizen, is found dead a few days after she was feared abducted. A suspect in her killing, a man in his early 40s with past convictions, has been arrested.
Metal Fans Mosh At The U.K.'s First Full Live Music Festival Since The Pandemic Hit
The three-day Download Festival in central England is one of a series of test events to see whether mass gatherings can resume without triggering outbreaks of COVID-19.
Afghan Interpreters Who Await Visas After Helping The U.S. Now Fear For Their Lives
"Every day, you can see an increase in the Taliban's presence," an Afghan who worked with the U.S. tells NPR. "What am I going to do after September? ... Am I going to even be alive by December?"