The World This Weekend with Martina Fitzgerald

The World This Weekend wraps up the day's events and looks to the week ahead, bringing Canadians the latest developments in key stories.

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World Headlines

Iran nuclear talks resume after missed deadline
Iran nuclear negotiators resumed talks here Wednesday, just hours after abandoning a March 31 deadline to reach the outline of a deal and agreeing to press on. However, as the discussions dragged on, three of the six foreign ministers involved left the talks, and prospects for agreement remained uncertain.
Analysis Indiana's 'religious freedom' law: How it came to be video
Indiana, the Hoosier State, has perhaps never had such bad press. How that came to be traces back to a string of U.S. court rulings on everything from Native American peyote consumption to an arts-and-craft store's opposition to birth control.
New Saudi-led airstrikes hit Yemen dairy factory, killing 35
Saudi-led warplanes bombed Shia rebel positions in both north and south Yemen early on Wednesday, setting off explosions and drawing return fire from anti-aircraft guns.
Misao Okawa, world's oldest person, dead at 117
The world's oldest person, a Japanese woman, died Wednesday, a few weeks after celebrating her 117th birthday.
South Korea charges man who slashed U.S. ambassador in the face
Kim Ki-jong, 55, was also indicted Wednesday on charges of assaulting a foreign envoy and obstruction, according to an official at the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office, who did not want to be named, citing department rules.