The collection of some 4,000 coins is among the largest to have ever been found outside of Britain.
As global media focuses its attention on the Islamic State's attacks in Paris on Friday night, a report says that the Assad regime continues to bomb medical facilities and other civilian targets.
The worst laws are those that are unenforceable, so what would we hope our lawmakers say about data collecting and sharing technologies that are not yet critical but soon will be?
One in three people on Earth don’t have access to sanitation facilities, and 946 million are relieving themselves out in the open.
Mack, a gadfly and lawyer, says he believes his country is selling arms to governments that abuse human rights.
The French prime minister on Thursday warned of a possible chemical attack and urged lawmakers to approve expanded police powers.
Faced with the rise of Boko Haram in west Africa, Senegal is contemplating joining the Republic of the Congo, Chad, and Cameroon in outlawing the traditional garment worn by some Muslim women.
A first-ever US-Cuba marine protection agreement aims to protect rare species of fish and coral. A harbinger of other 'common good' projects for the two nations?
An unidentified man offered hugs to anyone not afraid of his Muslim faith, highlighting how, despite fears of anti-Islam backlash, an increasingly diverse Paris has banded together to defy terror.
Britain announced it will pour $250 million into cybersecurity startups. Is this enough to counteract ever-evolving intrusions?
French President François Hollande said that the Paris attacks would not prompt his country to go back on its commitment to taking in 30,000 refugees over the next two years.
In an interview with Le Petit Journal, a father and his young son share a heartwarming response to the Paris attacks.
The satirical weekly, Charlie Hebdo, transformed into global symbol by last January's terrorist attacks, responds to Paris' latest trauma with fierce joie de vivre.
Are we doing better at honoring and valuing the animals we use for security?