African Union leaders are in Rwanda for a summit this weekend. The crisis in South Sudan is at the top of the agenda.
The Turkish president points to a cleric living in the US whose followers are rumored to wield secretive clout in the judiciary and national police.
Long criticized for its silence on the plight of the country's Muslim minority, Myanmar's newly-elected governing party has taken steps to address religious intolerance that often boils over into violence.
Proximity Designs operates in Myanmar (Burma) with the goal of increasing income for the country’s rural poor. The organization’s agronomists work with farmers to come up with affordable solutions.
At least 84 people are dead in Nice, France after a truck zigzagged for more than a mile through a crowded Bastille Day celebration on Thursday, striking pedestrians.
The new data transfer pact between the US and European Union known as Privacy Shield opens the door to a new era of safe and secure digital commerce for Europeans.
Within 48 hours of officially taking on the top job, British Prime Minister Theresa May headed to Scotland, hoping to emphasize British unity as some Scots mull post-Brexit independence.
The United States and foreign heads of state declared solidarity after a man killed more than 80 people by driving a large truck down a packed street.
Manila has so far been keen not to rock the boat in the hope of starting dialog towards Beijing allowing it to exercise its sovereign maritime rights.