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As Congress moves forward with a $4.5 billion humanitarian aid bill to address the border crisis, migrants still arrive each day. But U.S. policy is beginning to shift the crisis to the Mexican side.

NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Jon Gambrell of The Associated Press about the reaction inside Iran to newly imposed sanctions by the U.S.

Trump senior adviser Jared Kushner has rolled out his vision for peace between Israelis and Palestinians. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks about it with Obama-era U.S. Ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro.

Former special counsel Robert Mueller to testify before House panels. Customs and Border Protection is under fire for migrant issues. And, the Democratic presidential debates get underway Wednesday.

A year ago Wednesday, the Supreme Court upheld the Trump administration's travel ban on eight, mostly Muslim, countries. It has had life-altering implications for many families.

Summits like the G-20 being held this week in Japan are often a chance for geopolitical speed-dating. President Trump has meetings scheduled with at least eight world leaders over the next three days. None is more consequential than his sit-down Saturday with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

The two big, very different personalities will be jockeying for global power and economic might, with hundreds of billions of dollars in trade on the line.

Bangkok is legendary for its fun and its food. Especially its street food. And one vendors' is so good, it has earned a Michelin star for the second year running.

Raan Jay Fai is a small, seven-table joint in Old Bangkok that'd be easy to miss if it weren't for the line.

There's always a line.

Uruguayan officials have launched a manhunt for an Italian organized crime boss known as the Cocaine King of Milan who escaped on Sunday from a detention center where he was awaiting extradition to Italy, the Uruguayan Ministry of Interior said in a statement.

Europe's top human rights organization is reinstating Russia's voting rights, a major step in removing penalties for a country accused of grave human rights violations.

Russia was stripped of its rights in 2014, after it annexed the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine. The seizure triggered international condemnation.

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