Stories from 2 July 2016
Former Trinidad & Tobago Prime Minister Patrick Manning Dies, Days After Being Diagnosed with Leukemia
The late Patrick Manning is remembered as a visionary politician who was an avid supporter of regional integration.
Will This ‘Toilet Cleaning’ Conflict Between Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan Ever Stop?
"Yes, maybe we clean toilets, but it is honest work [...] We are just feeding our families and we make a big contribution to Kyrgyzstan's economy."
Twenty Hostages Killed and Thirteen Rescued as Dhaka Hostage Siege Ends in Tragedy
"Let us stop protecting those who did nothing to stop this day from coming to pass. Let us not draw up excuses for people and ideologies that inspire such acts."
Will Outrage Over Recent Murders Help Honduran Environmental Activists Achieve Their Goal?
Recent murders are affecting indigenous people’s efforts to protect the environment.
This Jewish Family Is Hosting a Syrian Muslim Refugee in Their Berlin Home
When a Syrian refugee moved into the Jellinek family's home in Berlin, he got help with his German. And the Jewish family developed a new appreciation for their country.
ExxonMobil's Significant Oil Find Off Guyana Leads to Questions About the Country's Future
"I hope the Guyana Government knows that this can affect Guyana in a positive or negative way depending on how it is handled."
Thai Activists Use Toys, Balloons and Dolls to Campaign for Democracy
Protests are still banned in Thailand where the army remains in power, but will authorities arrest the 'protesting' toys and dolls?