Police have arrested a suspect in the shooting at an African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina, that killed nine people. The 21-year old white man suspected of the crime was caught in a neighboring state after friends and family recognized him on surveillance video. Zlatica Hoke reports
U.S. officials are expected to raise concerns on issues including human rights, cyber security and China’s controversial construction project in the South China Sea, when the two countries launch the seventh Strategic and Economic Dialogue on Monday.
Doctors say for most stroke victims the window for recovery shuts after six months. Now, a device that links signals from the brain to the body shows promise in improving movement long after a stroke hits. VOA’s Maia Pujara reports.
Kurdish and Syrian rebel forces are now in control of Tal Abyad, pushing Islamic State fighters out and cutting off a key IS supply line from Turkey to the de facto IS capital, Raqqa. With Roger Wilkison narrating, the VOA Kurdish Service's Zana Omer reports.