The Newsmakers

Protests in Serbia | Unemployment in South Korea | Trump's Transgender Ban

Anti-government protests in Serbia have continued for eight weekends in a row. We report from the latest march, where more than 10,000 took to the streets of Belgrade, demanding President Vucic step down. Plus, in South Korea, could skyrocketing unemployment lead to the downfall of President Moon Jae-in? And we ask why the US Supreme Court uphold a ban on transgender troops. #Serbia #SouthKorea #Trump

Serbia Rally: President Vucic seeking to counter protests

Serbia Rally: President Vucic seeking to counter protests

Serbs on the streets say Vucic must go

Serbs on the streets say Vucic must go

Korea Tensions: Separated families hope for reunion

Korea Tensions: Separated families hope for reunion

Thousands of Serbs are protesting against their government

Thousands of Serbs are protesting against their government

Is the Indian-Chinese border dispute over?

Is the Indian-Chinese border dispute over?

Can peace exist on China and India's border?

Can peace exist on China and India's border?

Can a $10M lawsuit strengthen Black Lives Matter?

Can a $10M lawsuit strengthen Black Lives Matter?

BLM executive faces a $10 million lawsuit

BLM executive faces a $10 million lawsuit

Is AI at the forefront of a new Cold War?

Is AI at the forefront of a new Cold War?

Will AI change the world order?

Will AI change the world order?

Is there hope for long-lasting peace in Tigray province?

Is there hope for long-lasting peace in Tigray province?

Who’s responsible for the broken Truce in Tigray?

Who’s responsible for the broken Truce in Tigray?

Could Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia be the next Fukushima?

Could Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia be the next Fukushima?

What you need to know right now about the Zaporizhzhia crisis

What you need to know right now about the Zaporizhzhia crisis

Are rich nations responsible for Pakistan’s Floods?

Are rich nations responsible for Pakistan’s Floods?

Brazil’s candidates resort to personal attacks

Brazil’s candidates resort to personal attacks

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