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From Washington, this is VOA news. I'm Dave DeForest reporting.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has arrived in Geneva as part of a U.S. bid to reaffirm a U.S.-Russian mediated cease-fire. The visit comes as violence escalates in the country, especially in its largest city, Aleppo, although Aleppo was said to be calmer Sunday. Russian General Sergei Kuralenko told Russian news agencies talks are under way to halt the Syrian bombardment of the rebel stronghold in Aleppo.
A car-bomb explosion outside police headquarters in the southeastern Turkish city of Gaziantep Sunday killed at least two police officers. Twenty-two people were wounded.
A new political survey indicates that Republican front-runner Donald Trump is surging ahead in the crucial Midwestern state of Indiana. Voters will go to the polls this Tuesday for the Indiana presidential primary election. The NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll showed Trump with 49 percent support among. On the Democratic side, the poll showed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with a 50-46 percent edge.
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A Bangladeshi newspaper reports three people have been detained in connection with a hacking death of a 50-year-old Hindu man. The Daily Star said Sunday one of the detainees had sued Nikhil Chandra Joardar in 2012 for comments he had made about the Islamic prophet Muhammad. The U.S.-based monitoring organization SITE says the Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
Today is May Day--the day when workers and activists march in the streets and gather in city centers to honor laborers. From Moscow to Madrid, workers shouted their demands for higher wages, better working conditions and more job security. French and Turkish police fired tear gas at protesters. Workers across Asia called for higher wages. In South Korea, tens of thousands of people protested the bill being pushed by President Park Geun-hye that would make it easier for companies to lay off workers.
U.S. intelligence chief John Brennan says there is "no evidence" indicating that Saudi Arabia gave backing to al-Qaida for the 2001 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington. Speculation that the Saudis were involved has some in Congress demanding that 28 pages of a congressional probe into 9/11 be released. Those 28 pages focus on Saudi Arabia and its alleged involvement.
Brussels airport has reopened part of a departure hall damaged in the March terrorist attack. Heavy security could be seen around the airport as passengers began using the newly repaired area following a ceremony. Airport managers say starting Monday, more than 100 check-in counters will be open and another 36 in a temporary building, bringing departure passenger capacity to at least 80 percent of that before the attacks.