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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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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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TRNS Feature: American Wins Top Children’s Peace Prize

American Neha Gupta, 18, was awarded the International Children’s Peace Prize in The Hague on Tuesday. TRNS correspondent Luke Vargas recaps the ceremony.

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Interview: Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Satyarthi

TRNS spoke with the 2014 prize winner in The Hague to discuss children, technology, the failings of the traditional model of charity.

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Defying Ferguson’s Curfew

TRNS’ on-the-ground perspective of early Sunday morning’s unrest in Ferguson.

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Listen: Curfew Looms In Ferguson

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Five hours before the curfew was set to go into effect, police appear to have blocked off Ferguson’s main strip.

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Robbery Report Sparks New Concerns In Ferguson

The report was met with both skepticism and safety concerns.

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Watch: Tension Lingers in Ferguson

On the ground in Ferguson, Missouri

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Listen: Jindal Says 2016 Decision Could Come Mid-June

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R)

Jindal is waiting until Louisiana wraps up its current legislative session.

Report: DoJ Leaning Toward Opposing Comcast-Time Warner Cable Merger

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According to the report, lawyers have raised concerns that the proposed merger by Comcast would harm consumers.

Obama And Italian Leader Pledge Cooperation Over Extremism

Obama and the Prime Minister agreed that Italy is at a particular risk because of its geographic proximity to North Africa where violent extremism has grown in the last several years

Obama Defends New Trade Deal Policy

The new trade deal leaves some Democrats fearful of job outsourcing and lax labor and environmental regulations

Federal Court To Hear Arguments Over Obama’s Immigration Orders

The Obama administration is requesting an emergency stay on a ruling from a Texas judge who halted the president’s executive orders

Restoration

Thom Hartmann

Some activists are looking for natural solutions to climate change.