Pakistan is poised to ensure key government documents and official speeches prioritize Urdu over English.
The International Olympic Committee decides between bids from Kazakhstan and Beijing to host the 2022 Winter Games on Friday.
Activists say classes that confront traditional gender roles and challenge sexism among youths are a key to changing attitudes and curbing widespread abuse.
The reclusive leader of the Taliban hasn't been seen in public for more than a decade. The group is engaged in peace talks with the Afghan government.
Nepalese temple authorities have announced a ban on the ritual killing of thousands of animals during the country’s Gadhimai festival, which takes place every five years.
An American journalist, a pastor, and a former Marine are currently detained in Iran. A former FBI agent and contractor for the CIA also went missing after visiting Iran in 2007.
A Libyan court sentenced Saif al-Islam, son of deposed leader Muammar Qaddafi, to death alongside eight former officials of the ousted regime. A militia group has imprisoned the son and refused to hand him over.
On the Cybersecurity Podcast, HackerOne's Chief Policy Officer Katie Moussouris discusses ways to incentivize hackers to report security problems and Brunswick Group's Siobhan Gorman reveals the "golden rule" of breach disclosures.
Nine former officials have been sentenced to death, eight have received life sentences, and seven were given jail terms of 12 years each.
Bishop Fox researcher Dan Petro and senior security associate Oscar Salazar plan to demonstrate how an attacker can break into the CompuSafe Galileo next week at the Def Con security conference.
In a speech to the African Union, President Obama, said African leaders who did not step aside at the end of their time in office risked 'instability and strife.'