Former members of Argentina's junta are convicted of stealing babies from political prisoners in the 1970s and 80s. The landmark case comes after decades of protests by the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, who fought relentlessly to find out the fate of their children and grandchildren.
Envoys from more than 100 nations met in Paris on Friday seeking an end to the bloodshed in Syria. According to the French hosts, the participants agreed to seek a new U.N. Security Council resolution that would authorize the use of force against the government of President Bashar Assad.
In an exclusive report, NPR's Kelly McEvers visits the sites of the escalating U.S. airstrikes in Yemen. The air campaign has helped drive al-Qaida-linked fighters out of towns in southern Yemen. But residents say the civilian casualty toll has been high.
Nearly four decades later, there's some solace for the families of young women in Argentina who were killed after giving birth under orders from the country's then-dictators. The women's babies — Argentina's "stolen children" — were then handed over to loyal members of the military.
Steve Inskeep talks to James Hider, a correspondent for the Times of London, who is in Libya ahead of Saturday's elections. Voters will elect a 200-member assembly that will choose a cabinet to replace the self-appointed interim government.
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