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The social clothing company makes beanies and accessories that support artisans in Bolivia and help provide meals, supplies, and dental care to children in need.
At least 3,144 Yazidis are still being held by the self-styled Islamic State, The New York Times reports. Militant leaders cite the Quran in justifying the enslavement of women.
The former reporter and social entrepreneur in Afghanistan is now trying to bring about a sea change in US foreign policy.
The former President of Cuba claims that the US owes Cuba for economic harm inflicted by the decades-long trade embargo.
Twitter's decision to give companies instant access to every public post means that users' comments will be tracked, mined, and analyzed more than ever before. Perhaps it's time to think twice before you tweet.
The force of the initial blast equalled that of 3 tons of TNT; the second explosion was seven times stronger, the equivalent of 21 tons of explosives, according to China's National Earthquake Bureau.
New York City high school students in the The 'Names, Not Numbers' oral history project record interviews with the vanishing survivors of the World War II Holocaust.
Party leader Thura Shwe Mann is the speaker of Myanmar's parliament and considered the main rival of President Thein Sein in upcoming elections. He also had built ties to Aung San Suu Kyi.