Cairo officials say the newly discovered huge statue was likely not Pharaoh Ramses II, but Psamtik I, a lesser-known pharaoh of the 26th Dynasty.
Blockchain is a digital architecture most commonly known as the technology behind bitcoin, the virtual currency. A number of its applications have particular relevance to the developing world.
Fukushima, evacuated after the March 2011 nuclear disaster, will welcome the world for baseball and softball matches in the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics Games.
Thousands of tourists visit the area on Sicily's east coast each year, but injuries are rare.
Géza Dely didn’t launch a foundation to help disabled people. He wanted to provide a setting for them to use their abilities to help others and give something to the world.
The new person status for the river is the result of a settlement between the government of New Zealand and the Māori people, whose culture has a deep connection with the body of water.
Rep. Gary Alejano filed the impeachment complaint on Thursday, but it will be an uphill battle to secure enough support to take down Rodrigo Duterte.
It may be too soon to tell, but early signs suggest that some Mexicans who once sought work in the United States may look to Canada during the Trump presidency.
The musical 'Come From Away,' tells the true story of a small Canadian town that took in airline passengers after the attacks on September 11.
Co-opting of far-right sentiments, combined with an aggressive police dispersal of a protest by Turkish-Dutch, could have buoyed the centrist candidate. But European leaders are very relieved Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte won reelection.
Aliya Harir was brought up in Pakistan to think of India as the enemy. So when she met Indians while studying in the US, she was surprised to gain a new perspective. She now works on peacebuilding initiatives.
Citizens and family members took matters into their own hands – finally arriving at answers in the search for missing loved ones.
Essentials for protecting yourself online.