Last updated 11:25PM ET
May 25, 2013
May 25, 2013
PRI's The World - May 24, 2013 How suicide bombings in Niger fit into the global fight against terrorism. Also, how Burmese students in New York feel about Myanmar's president visiting the US this week. Plus, fans of Japanese anime bring color and quirkiness to Boston.
PRI's The World - May 23, 2013 President Obama outlines his policy on drone attacks as part of his speech on counter terrorism. We'll hear reaction from a country that has been the site of many US drone strikes - Pakistan. And a conversation with best-selling Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie about her novel.
PRI's The World - May 22, 2013 US drone strike policies and the case of a 16-year-old American killed by a strike in Yemen. Also, using pedal power to manage mega traffic in Brazil's largest city. And a music video from Chinese artist and dissident, Ai Weiwei.
Hezbollah promises Syria 'victory' The leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah group promises victory in Syria where his supporters are backing President al-Assad, amid an upsurge in fighting there.
'Maoist rebels' kill 17 in India At least 17 people, including a senior leader of India's governing Congress party, are killed after their convoy was attacked by Maoist rebels, officials say.
Borussia Dortmund 1-2 Bayern Munich Arjen Robben scores a dramatic late winner as Bayern Munich beat Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League final.
Flooding Brings San Antonio To Standstill, Kills One In one neighborhood, 54 were people rescued. They described a water level that "swallowed up trucks and was chin-high."
'We'll Keep Running': Thousands Complete Final Mile Of Boston Marathon On a cold and rainy day in Boston thousands gathered to finish what two bombs stole from them. A one-mile run traced the home-stretch of the Boston Marathon, giving spectators, runners and victims a chance at closure.
Stunned By Military Sex Scandals, Advocates Demand Changes As the nation prepares to mark Memorial Day, outrage has been building on Capitol Hill and beyond over the military's failure to repair a system that has placed service members in more danger of sexual assault than of battlefield injury.