Celebrations as France Enshrines Abortion Rights

Celebrations as France Enshrines Abortion Rights

Constitutional change protects women's right to access the procedure. International Correspondent Ryan Thompson reports from Paris.

Europe's Farmers Still on Strike

Europe's Farmers Still on Strike

Over the past few weeks, you’ve seen a handful of stories here on NEWSnet about farmers protesting across Europe. International Correspondent Ryan Thompson has been taking a closer look at the movement by spending time with farmers and politicians to better understand the roots of the anger.

Navalny Laid to Rest in Moscow

Navalny Laid to Rest in Moscow

Thousands attend the funeral under heavy police presence.

France Adds Abortion Rights to Constitution

France Adds Abortion Rights to Constitution

The first of its kind amendment is likely to be officialized next week. International Correspondent Ryan Thompson has more from Paris.

Allied Troops to Fight in Ukraine?

Allied Troops to Fight in Ukraine?

The war in Ukraine enters its third year this week, and there are new fears about how long Russia could drag it out. Some countries are even considering sending their own troops to the front lines. NEWSnet’s International Correspondent Ryan Thompson is in Paris, where one key leader says he’s considering such a move.

Zelenskyy on Ukrainian Soldier Death Toll

Zelenskyy on Ukrainian Soldier Death Toll

NEWSnet International Correspondent Ryan Thompson has the latest headlines from around the world including, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy giving the first official death count from the war with Russia and Sweden clearing final hurdle in NATO membership.

Ukranian Refugees Discuss Two Years of War

Ukranian Refugees Discuss Two Years of War

Millions of Ukrainians fled their country after Russia's invasion began. NEWSnet's Ryan Thompson speaks with a family about their experience.

Gaza Ceasefire Negotiations Underway in Paris

Gaza Ceasefire Negotiations Underway in Paris

A potential new deal could send all hostages home and avoid troops in Rafah. International Correspondent Ryan Thompson has the latest from Paris.

Ukraine Considers Third-Year Draft

Ukraine Considers Third-Year Draft

Kyiv's military says it needs an urgent boost of frontline manpower. International Correspondent Ryan Thompson has the latest.

UK Sanctions Russia Over Navalny Death

UK Sanctions Russia Over Navalny Death

Six prison bosses to be cut off from the United Kingdom until further notice. International Correspondent Ryan Thompson has the latest.

Navalny's Mother Demands Late Son's Body

Navalny's Mother Demands Late Son's Body

International Correspondent Ryan Thompson provides the latest headlines making news around the world.

Hundreds of Alexei Navalny Mourners Jailed in Russia

Hundreds of Alexei Navalny Mourners Jailed in Russia

Over 300 people were jailed while mourning the late Russian opposition leader. International Correspondent Ryan Thompson has the latest.

Art for Assange's Return

Art for Assange's Return

Paintings worth $50 million are rigged with explosives to be triggered by Julian Assange's extradition.

World's Biggest Soccer Star Changing Team

World's Biggest Soccer Star Changing Team

France's Kylian Mbappe announces his departure from Paris Saint-Germain this summer. International Correspondent Ryan Thompson has more from Paris.

Europe Nervous After Trump NATO Comments

Europe Nervous After Trump NATO Comments

Former President Donald Trump says he would encourage Russia to attack some allies. International Correspondent Ryan Thompson has the latest.