En route to the town of Qunu, where Nelson Mandela will be buried this weekend, our correspondent makes an unexpected stop in …
Razan Zaitouneh, an award-winning Syrian human-rights activist, was abducted this week by suspected Islamist militants
Despite the best efforts of NGOs, around 500 slave girls remain in Nepal — and next month a concerted effort is being made to trace and rescue them
Yanukovych didn’t sign the agreement over fears of losing trade with Russia
Growing infighting among rebel factions
After they refused to accept a blood donation from an Ethiopian-born lawmaker
A day after India’s Supreme Court recriminalized gay sex, Australia’s High Court has overturned the capital’s same-sex marriage legislation
(JOHANNESBURG) — The man accused of faking sign interpretation while standing alongside world leaders like U.S. President Barack Obama at Nelson Mandela‘s memorial service said Thursday he hallucinated that angels were entering the stadium, suffers from schizophrenia and has been violent in the past.
Blames gibberish gestures on schizophrenia
Group could now claim huge tax breaks
Pilots must have necessary training to land in thick clouds of pollution
Family living in rural New South Wales practiced incest for generations, authorities find
After police crack down on pro-E.U. protesters
Three reporters killed and one injured in two weeks
Infighting among rebel groups and the rise of the Islamic Front has left Western countries concerned that aid will end up in the wrong hands
In a huge blow to gay rights in the world’s largest democracy, India’s top court on Tuesday reinstated an archaic law that makes gay sex a criminal offense on grounds that it can only be dismissed by lawmakers in government.