Most media outlets in Zimbabwe are state-run, and working as an independent journalist under Robert Mugabe came with serious risks. With Mugabe's rule over Dumisani Muleya speaks about his hopes as a journalist.
A former U.S. ambassador to Russia says President Trump needs to denounce a deal suggested by Russian President Putin in Helsinki, which would allow Russian intelligence officers to interrogate U.S. officials.
Following the Trump-Putin summit, NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks to Bret Schafer, a social media analyst at the Alliance for Securing Democracy, about which hashtags and links are trending among Russia-linked Twitter accounts.
In India, fake news can be deadly. About 20 people have been lynched by mobs, amid social media messages of kidnappers on the loose. Police are trying to teach first time smartphone users how to discern fact from fiction online.
Following another weekend of violence and protests against Nicaragua president Daniel Ortega, NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Washington Post reporter Joshua Partlow, who was inside a church that was attacked by pro-Ortega forces.