Getting rid of mines in Colombia – a land of mountains and jungle terrain – is a key challenge for the nation and is crucial for rural development and tackling poverty.
The world's fourth best golfer said he thinks he should be blood-tested to ensure the integrity of the sport.
Members of Congress on Wednesday launched the Fourth Amendment Caucus to defend privacy in an era of increasingly pervasive surveillance.
Italian authorities have promised a safety investigation into the Tuesday crash, which left at least 27 people dead.
In the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, 800,000 volunteers helped plant 50 million trees on Monday, hoping to shatter a world record and help their country deal with climate change.
Kaitlyn Hoffman, a sophomore in Berkeley Springs, W.Va., collected enough donations to load up a small trailer plus a 53-foot tractor-trailer.
The Austrian government hopes to seize a private home known to be Hitler's birthplace, sparking debate about destroying a relic of dark history versus using it for education.
Pakistani Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai spent her 19th birthday with Somali refugee girls at the Dadaab refugee camp near the Kenya-Somalia border.
When answers to university exams were posted online, the Ethiopian government responded by blocking access to social media.
Their worldviews, formed less than 200 miles apart, illustrate the clashing religious beliefs, ideologies, and military doctrines that led to war 10 years ago Tuesday – and may well again.
Cybersecurity researcher Marc Rogers is the principal hacking consultant on the hit TV show "Mr. Robot," which debuts its second season on the USA Network Wednesday.
Darya Klishina will likely be the only Russian track athlete to compete at the Olympics in Rio de Janiero, but she won't be able to hoist the Russian flag if she podiums.
According to leaked police documents, more than 2,000 men attacked 1,200 women in various German cities on New Year's Eve.
President Salva Kiir declared a halt in fighting that has raised fears of a return to civil war in South Sudan.
Hana Hrdinová is committed to the preservation and maintenance of Prague Castle, which is both a space of immense historical and cultural significance and a functioning government complex.