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Britain Accuses Russia Of Stockpiling Deadly Nerve Agent

The U.K. says it has evidence Russia has been creating and stockpiling a lethal toxin used to poison a former spy in England.

Former National Security Adviser On Russia Investigation And Trump Foreign Policy

NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with former national security adviser Stephen Hadley about President Trump’s foreign policy and his criticism of the FBI.

Tension Increases Between Moscow And London

NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to British MP Tom Tugendhat about the rising tensions between the U.K. and Russia, including the latest news that Russia is expelling 23 British diplomats.

Salvadoran Evangelicals Work To Change Lives Of Gang Members

El Salvador has one of the highest murder rates in the world, driven by gangs. The Economist’s Sarah Esther Maslin reported on how evangelical churches help gang members pull away from lives of crime.

The U.K., U.S. And Russia’s Election

NPR’s Scott Simon speaks to The Guardian’s Moscow bureau chief Andrew Roth about the Russian presidential election and how recent diplomatic blows with the U.K. and the U.S. play into the campaign.

Why Many Russians Support Putin

Russia chooses a president on Sunday, but critics say the election has been carefully managed to offer voters little choice other than Vladimir Putin.

Subway Line Could Threaten Sufi Shrine In Pakistan

Pakistan’s government is building a much-needed 16-mile metro across Lahore to ease traffic. But it passes a little too close for comfort to many of the city’s historic buildings.

Slovaks Protest After Journalist’s Killing

The murder of a a young investigative journalist in Slovakia led to street protests and the collapse of the government. Now protesters want fresh elections to sweep away corruption.

Russian Trolling Continued After Election

U.S. citizens continue to be targeted by Russian operatives online. Ajah Hales was contacted by a Facebook page that promised to promote black-owned businesses like hers. She talks with Scott Simon.

Some Economists See A Plus Side In Eliminating Term Limits For China’s Xi Jinping

While this month’s constitutional reform stirred political controversy, some economists say it could have a positive flip side for the global economy.

Follow Up: Did The Computerless Computer Teacher Ever Get A Computer?

The story of the middle school teacher without a computer prompted an outpouring of support. But did he get any laptops?

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