Some see the death sentence as proof that Saudi Arabian law applies to everyone, but the news comes as human rights groups have condemned a surge in executions.
A Chibok community leader says that 100 girls kidnapped by Boko Haram fear the stigma they may face upon returning home after spending more than two years as prisoners of the extremist group.
Fast food vendor Auntie Anne's, has been told by Islamic authorities that its popular Pretzel Dog is 'confusing' Muslim consumers who are not allowed to eat dog meat.
More than 40 rights groups asked the Department of Justice to launch a probe examining whether systems used by police to investigate crimes disproportionately identify blacks as criminal suspects.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says his hosts at the Ecuadorean Embassy cut off his internet access. Why?
A changing economy and traditional work culture are putting large numbers of Japanese employees at risk of dying from overwork, its labor ministry says.
As new evidence of widespread physical and psychological abuse, inadequate medical and mental health care, and poor living conditions began surfacing in August, the government’s denial of any wrongdoing has continued.
The Pentagon says that Iraqi forces have 'met their objectives' and are 'ahead of schedule' on the second day of the Mosul offensive.