A Kurdish militant group has claimed responsibility for the latest bombing in Istanbul, and warned foreigners that they are no longer safe in Turkey.
The vote on whether to leave the European Union pivots on deeper questions about immigration, economic policy, sovereignty, and Britain's place in the world.
Raúl Cárdenas Osuna has dedicated his life to creating social change through community-driven art initiatives. His outlook helped transform Camino Verde into a neighborhood of hope and promise.
Testimony from an American who joined ISIS in Syria and then defected could be used to persuade others to stay out of the fight.
A continued global spike in terrorism and ongoing conflict in the Middle East highlight the drop in worldwide peace found in 2015, although most countries saw improvements over the past year.
Child labor often spikes following natural disasters. Nepal wants to break that mold and help kids like Dorje Lama.
'I felt this was the way I could help,' says British art curator Sue McAlpine, whose exhibition features discarded life jackets used by refugees who arrived in Greece, as well as paintings and photos by migrants in Calais.
The rediscovery was announced the same week US senators said it is a 'moral duty' to return artwork Nazis looted to Jewish owners.
A vervet monkey tripped a transformer at Kenya's largest hydropower plant, causing a 4-hour national power outage.
Lawmakers extended online voter registration Wednesday after a last-minute website crash. Young voters, considered less likely to vote, may also be most likely to want continued EU membership.
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