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Photos: National Memorial Day Parade

Miss the parade? Don’t worry. We got pictures.

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Putin Hosts Grand WW2 Show as Russia Drifts From West

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At the largest military parade in Russian history, Putin said post-war cooperation is at risk as unnamed countries pursue ‘strong-armed block thinking’

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PHOTOS: Moscow Marks 70 Years Since Victory in ‘Great Patriotic War’

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This year’s May 9th parade in Red Square is expected to be the largest in decades, with participation from the Chinese and Russian militaries.

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Is Scotland About to Shake up UK Politics as We Know It?

A supporter of the Scottish National Party looks on during an election eve rally by party leader Nicola Sturgeon in Edinburgh. May 6, 2015. Photo: Luke Vargas/TRNS

A special report from Edinburgh, Scotland one day ahead of the most hotly contested U.K. elections in a generation.

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Listen: Calm Returns To Baltimore

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As 10pm hit, the scene in Charm City appeared relatively quiet.

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Kiev’s Euromaidan: One Year Later

13 months after reporting from protests in Kiev, TRNS’ Luke Vargas returned to the city to observe how the iconic Independence Square has changed.

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Israeli Arab Parties Unite, Place Third in National Vote

Joint List leader Ayman Odeh casts his votes on March 17, 2015. Photo: Joint List

According to preliminary exit polls from Tuesday’s election, the Arab Joint List will soon be the third-largest party in the Knesset.

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In Israeli Politics, Coalition Partners Don’t Stop Competing

Young supporters of The Jewish Home party campaign in Jerusalem. Photo: Luke Vargas/TRNS

Israel’s leading opposition coalition shakes up the script one day before the country’s elections.

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On Location: Netanyahu Puts on Brave Face at Massive Tel Aviv Rally

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses supporters at Tel Aviv's Rabin Square. March 15, 2015. Photo: Luke Vargas/TRNS

Trailing in the polls ahead of Tuesday elections, the Israeli Prime Minister says he’s confident his supporters can help ‘close the gap.’

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Feature: Arab Spring Culminates in Tunisian Presidential Election

A woman inks her finger before casting her vote in Tunisia's presidential election. November 23, 2014. Photo: Luke Vargas/TRNS

Tunisians voted to elect a new president on Sunday, bringing full circle the democratic aspirations first articulated in the Arab Spring revolutions of 2011.

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Coons Backs Iran Deal As Obama Inches Closer To Victory

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“We are better off trying diplomacy first,” Coons said to The Washington Post.

The World in 2:00 – September 1, 2015

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President Obama talks climate change in Alaska and Bolivia announces a major anti-capitalist climate summit to be held next month.

Sen. Casey Endorses Iran Deal

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“This agreement will substantially constrain the Iranian nuclear program for its duration, and compared with all realistic alternatives, it is the best option available to us at this time,” Casey said.

McConnell: We Don’t Have The Votes To Defund Planned Parenthood

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Conservatives have rallied around the cause after controversial videos of officials purportedly discussing the price for fetal tissue in undercover videos came to light.

Poll: 61% Of Trump Supporters Are Birthers

Just 21 percent correctly identify that President Barack Obama was born in the U.S.

Labor History In 2:00- 9/1

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The First Overnight Sleeping Car Ride