Voting was extended until Sunday in Afghanistan’s long-delayed parliamentary elections, which have been postponed three times since 2015. The Taliban claimed it staged more than 150 attacks including blocking roads, shelling polling stations and a suicide attack, which reportedly killed at least 15 people. Freelance journalist Jennifer Glasse joins Hari Sreenivasan for more.
The latest Ebola outbreak is the tenth in the Democratic Republic of the Congo since the disease was first reported there in 1976. New intervention techniques including the vaccination of thousands of people are being used to contain the outbreak in the war-torn region. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy […]
Health officials in the Democratic Republic of the Congo are working to end the latest Ebola outbreak that began in early August. The new cluster of cases has emerged in an area with active fighting between the government and more than 100 armed groups, hampering efforts to contain the virus. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Benedict […]
The clash between the Massachusetts Democratic senator and President Donald Trump over her Native American heritage highlights the varying methods tribes use to determine who belongs — a decision that has wide-ranging consequences.
Afghanistan’s parliamentary elections, already three years overdue, ended as chaotically as they began with even the Independent Election Commission uncertain of how many of the estimated 21,000 polling stations closed by 4 p.m. local time, the original closing time.