Nearly 100 people died in bombings targeting a peace rally this weekend in the capital of Ankara. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has laid the blame for the attack with the Islamic State.
NPR's Kelly McEvers interviews Sonia Nazario, author of Enrique's Journey, about her New York Times story on Mexico's campaign to keep Central American migrants from the U.S. border.
While Hungarian authorities are transporting some migrants directly to Austria, they are also arresting others for illegal entry — and deporting them after brief court proceedings.
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Steve Inskeep talks to freelance journalist Lucy Kafanov about the political significance of deadly peace demonstrations in Ankara over the weekend. Nearly 100 people were killed in bomb attacks.
Hungary's ruling party has co-opted the anti-immigrant rhetoric of the far-right Jobbik Party. The result: Poll numbers surge for the government as voters feel no need to support the fringe.
Violence in Israel and the Palestinian territories that started with rock-throwing incidents two weeks ago continues to escalate. At least five Israelis and 25 Palestinians have been killed.
Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian has been convicted by an Iranian court, according to state TV. It did not say on which charges he had been convicted or whether a sentence had been imposed.
There's a new scrutiny on western intelligence gathering and whether it's keeping up with Russia. Steve Inskeep talks to Ian Kearns, director of the European Leadership Network.
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