The British government plans to admit far fewer children than the supporters of a landmark immigration law had hoped. Home Secretary Amber Rudd argued that the rule acted as a draw, encouraging children to make the dangerous journey.
After learning that many poor people lack basic furniture in their homes, Mark Bergel founded the nonprofit A Wider Circle in Maryland to tackle poverty.
The wall may reflect changes in the fabric of Parisian life following terrorist attacks, as officials beef up security and police powers.
The National Museum of Iran is putting over 500 objects on display from Iran's history, all of which were repatriated from four Western countries. The return of the objects is due in part to the spirit of cooperation following the 2015 nuclear deal.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has been criticized at home for her 'open door' policy for refugees. But with elections looming on the horizon, Merkel's administration is announcing plans to step up deportations and clear out a large backlog of asylum cases.
Despite Trump's claims that the world has not respected the US, many foreigners still value American ideals. But they also see Trump's actions as undermining those values.
The Rohingya are a Muslim minority in the primarily-Buddhist country, and have faced discrimination for years. But since October, a counterinsurgency crackdown has likely resulted in mass killings, according to a new UN report.
Official propaganda Islamic State outlets have said nothing about Trump's travel ban. But indications are that the rank and file, and online supporters, are celebrating it.
A recent survey asked Europeans from ten different countries whether they agreed with the statement 'All further migration from mainly Muslim countries should be stopped.'
Human rights groups had challenged plans to close the Dadaab camp, which houses refugees from neighboring Somalia.
The demise of Latin America's 'pink tide' of socialism has been much discussed in recent years. But there is no seismic shift back to the days of right-wing dominance; the truth is more nuanced.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte angrily dressed down more than 200 police officers on national television, calling them 'rotten to the core.'
Lawmakers say the controversial bill closes a loophole in domestic violence legislation passed over the summer, but women's rights advocates fear that it will lead to an increase in violence in the home.
Until Russia backs away from a strategy of digital attacks – coupled with physical strikes – and spreading disinformation to undercut democracy, the pursuit of better relations with Putin is a mistake.
A recent raid had tragic consequences, but the government's motives for demanding a final say go deeper.