The prime minister says Canada will stop its airstrikes within two weeks, and will step up training for local security forces fighting ISIS militants.
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NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro dons a costume and participates in a Carnival parade in Brazil.
Syrian opposition forces are losing their grip on Aleppo, the largest city before the war began. Forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad strengthened their position after a week of bombing.
As China's stock market falls and economic growth slows, Chinese consumers are putting off purchases and trying to get their money overseas.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Katy Oh, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and Asian specialist at the Institute for Defense Analyses, about the state of relations between China and North Korea, following the North Korea long-range rocket launch on Sunday.
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And 60 million of the cases are in Indonesia, which was added to the survey for the first time — evidence that FGM goes far beyond Africa and the Middle East.
In a world of Big Mac sushi and Cajun rolls, Japan is launching a new program to certify the 89,000 Japanese restaurants outside the country that uphold traditional washoku cuisine values.
CCTV footage seems to show airport workers handing off a suitcase to the bomber, who was the only casualty in the attack. He was sucked out of a hole in the side of the plane.
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