The Israeli solider who shot and killed a wounded Palestinian has received a controversial sentence of 18 months in jail.
The murder of Kim Jong-nam is already having an impact on the North's relations with China and Malaysia, whose ties are crucial to the isolated regime.
Islamic State militants are under siege in western Mosul, along with an estimated 650,000 civilians, and the Iraqi Prime Minister has asked the armed forces to "respect human rights" during what commanders expect to be a "tough fight."
Sweden had a record 163,000 asylum applications in 2015, and Trump mentioned the country in the context of terror attacks in other European cities at a rally on Saturday.
The assassination of Kim Jong Un's half-brother provides an unusual perspective into North Korea's internal politics.
Speaking at an Open Britain event on Friday, former prime minister Tony Blair called for pro-EU Britons to 'rise up in defense of what we believe.'
After learning that family poverty was the reason many girls didn’t go to school, Ann Cotton founded Camfed, which has supported the education of 1.6 million girls.
At the Beat the Breach event during the RSA Conference in San Francisco this week, current and former US government officials expressed optimism about the state of cybersecurity under President Trump.
Bagoré Bathily opened Senegal’s only fresh milk production company in 2007, capitalizing on the fact that 30 percent of the population lives off cattle rearing. Hundreds of cowherds have earned more income.
A deadly bombing in Pakistan underscores the terror group's hostility towards Muslims who don't share its worldview.