Have the past week's developments changed anything in their conflict? Demands are the same and impasses remain, but the United States' role in potential peace talks appears to be shifting.
The couple is to tie the knot on Saturday at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
Winners of the Flash Forward competition focus on a beauty pageant for black Brazilians, Somalians coping with drought and transgender fashionistas living under a bridge.
A visual testimony of the Royal Wedding.
The law allows for a fine of up to $50,000, two years of jail time, or both, to be imposed on any person who intentionally publishes false information.
Deep economic crisis and distrust of the government seem to have corroded many Venezuelans' faith in politics. Main opposition parties are even boycotting Sunday's vote.
Parliament in Chechnya submitted the legislation on Friday. It would enable the Russian leader to have a third consecutive term.
Well-wishers, attendees and tourists have descended on Windsor, England, where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting married Saturday.
Their announcement on Friday follows an emergency meeting with Pope Francis to discuss the drawn-out scandal.
The contradictions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are always on display, but rarely so starkly as this week, when the U.S. opened its embassy in Jerusalem and protests erupted in Gaza.