The youth activists, mainly university students, were gathered in a cultural center planning a trip to Syria when a suicide bomber attacked, killing 32 and injuring scores more.
ISIS’s alleged leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, banned the dissemination of the group’s infamous execution videos in a report issued to ISIS media offices in Syria and Iraq.
In addition to abusing detainees, enforced disappearances also inflict severe psychological and socioeconomic distress on relatives of the detained.
After its users' data was exposed online, Ashley Madison issued copyright takedown notices to have it removed. It's a bad use of copyright law but reflects a troubling legal environment where digital media companies own users' most personal images and information.
The runup to the presidential election, in which President Nkurunziza is running for a constitutionally disputed third term, has been marred by violence and a failed coup. Opposition candidates have withdrawn in protest.
The nonprofit program brings orphans and foster children from abroad to the US for a summer visit, where they stay with potential adoptive families.
Amidst scandal and corruption, top corporate sponsors demand a third-party commission to oversee FIFA reforms.
The identity shrouding Tor browser is a godsend for many people – including criminals – trying to avoid detection online. But using it doesn't erase everyone's digital footprints, giving researchers many clues for hunting down Tor's more nefarious users.
Banks reopened in Greece today as the government spoke optimistically of a return to normalcy, but the political U-turn it took to get there could condemn Greeks to a deeper recession and new elections.