Twenty journalists accused of helping Egypt’s banned Muslim Brotherhood returned to court for the second day of their trial on charges of spreading disinformation and abetting terrorists
At least 17 people have died in clashes between security forces and pro- and anti-government demonstrators.
In a bid last week to show his country’s commitment to curbing the multibillion-dollar-a-year illegal ivory trade, Chadian President Idriss Déby set aflame a large pile of confiscated tusks during a ceremony marking the 50th …
The smog in Beijing has grown so bad that some have likened conditions to living through a “nuclear winter”
The Yarmouk refugee camp, a Palestinian enclave in southern Damascus, has been under a grueling siege for months and its over 20,000 residents are cut off from vital supplies and endure chronic food shortages. Here’s the scene …
South Koreans crossed the border to meet family members they had not seen since the 1950-53 Korean war. The reunion may have been the last chance for many to see their loved ones.
Wild cat prowled through streets in Meerut, India before entering a hospital where it stayed for 12 hours. The leopard injured seven people, and is reportedly still on the loose.
On the front line of Zimbabwe’s fight against poaching
The pact negotiated today in Kiev that de-escalates Ukraine’s crisis is in part thanks to the E.U., whose previous timid involvement in the country’s troubles drew criticism and mockery
A new round of violence broke out in Kiev on Tuesday as anti-government protesters clashed with police outside Ukraine’s parliament and the nearby headquarters of President Viktor Yanukovych’s ruling party. Opposition medics told …
One prominent couple’s effort to get same-sex marriage recognized is helping to raise awareness in a mostly conservative country
By breaking their silence, and documenting the outrages committed, local communities in Kachin are defending themselves against sexual violence from the Burmese military and police