The JAAGO Foundation, which operates for disadvantaged children in Bangladesh, and Kiron, which provides refugees with free access to higher education, are joint recipients of a $25,000 UN award.
Once a frontrunner in the presidential race but now facing a corruption investigation, senior members of his party have reportedly been discussing replacing him.
Diplomatic relations between Turkey, an aspiring EU member, and several European nations have strained over what European leaders view as efforts to give the Turkish president new powers.
The United States is reportedly mulling placing the North back on this terror list. But some observers say the law isn't clear about whether an assassination constitutes an act of terrorism.
Mass unmarked graves at a former orphanage in Tuam, County Galway, may resurface the pain of older scandals centered around the Catholic Church.
South Korean goods have a huge market in neighboring China. But those exports are now a weapon for Beijing in times of conflict.
Why Russia is playing a more muscular role in the world and how that may prevent closer ties between Trump and Putin.
The gathering was part of a series of events organized by Double Yerushalmi, a group trying to build closer ties between Arabs and Jews through cultural activities.
Janusz Korwin-Mikke's comments shocked the European Parliament, but may hold hints of the challenges facing the body.
President Trump has not replaced the federal chief information officer or chief information security officer, leaving gaps in key positions responsible for safeguarding and updating government systems.
Reforms to the coal industry are central to Beijing’s climate campaign. The US and China had become critical partners on climate, crucially joining last year to endorse the Paris climate accord. In the face of US retrenchment on climate change, China can play a key role in implementing Paris.
Elizabeth Handel and her daughter Jane have collected some 30,000 books that have then been distributed to prisons in the Boston area. When inmates share the books with their children, it can strengthen family bonds.
Judge Nicholas Lorraine-Smith, presiding over a seven-week inquest into the deaths, ruled that the tour operator hadn’t been negligent. He did, however, criticize Tunisian police for a bungled response.
The Parliament wants the European Commission to force the US to either institute full reciprocity on visa policy or face a temporary suspension of visa-free access.