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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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Photos: Celebration As Six Officers Charged In Baltimore

It was a sight to see.

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Photos: Protests And Finding Peace In Baltimore

The death of Baltimore’s Freddie Gray in police custody has put the city under the spotlight.

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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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TRNS Reporting On Location: Baltimore

The Talk Radio News Service has deployed staff to report and provide live updates from the rioting in Baltimore.

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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

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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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Photos: Obama Honors Service Members At Arlington Cemetery

President Obama traveled to Arlington National Cemetery Monday to marks the first Memorial Day during his presidency where the U.S. “is not engaged in a major ground war.”

Obama Marks Special Significance Of Memorial Day

“It’s the first since our war in Afghanistan came to an end,” Obama said, noting that in more than a decade the U.S. “is not engaged in a major ground war.”

Senate Passes Fast-track Authority, Moves To Resistant House

The bill moves on to the lower chamber where it faces an inevitable battle from House Democrats.

Senate Rejects Currency Provision

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The failed provision is a win for President Obama who issued a veto threat over the entire fast-track bill if the amendment passed

UN: Women Disproportionately Affected by Nepal Earthquake

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Gender discrimination, a lack of maternal health facilities and poor security in temporary camps is making post-earthquake life difficult for Nepali women.

The World in 2:00 – May 22, 2015

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UN data shows women disproportionately affected by the Nepal earthquake and Irish voters are poised to legalize same-sex marriage in a national vote today.