Following a flare-up of clashes between security forces and the minority Muslim Rohingya community in Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi is under pressure to address the violence.
The government of the Netherlands became the latest in Europe to approve a face-covering ban on Tuesday.
Kryptina is one of the world's youngest users of the digital currency bitcoin. Her dad gives her a bitcoin allowance as a lesson in online security and money management.
A mass eulogy was held in Cuba's capital Tuesday night as tens of thousands of Cubans gathered to pay their respects, along with several world leaders who delivered tributes.
The initiative seeks to raise awareness about human trafficking, as well as funds. Some say the races help them better understand the conditions of modern slavery.
El Caballo, as Cubans knew him, became an international icon through his support to liberationist causes across the developing world.
The United Nation's Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator said in a statement Tuesday that he was 'extremely concerned' about the fighting in Aleppo, as government and allied forces seek to take back the city from rebels.
South Korean president Park Geun-hye said Tuesday that she was willing to step down – and asked for parliament's guidance. For many, it's an effort to prolong her rule, even as she faces a corruption scandal and record levels of unpopularity.
In territorial disputes, armies are usually close behind an army of lawyers. Belgium and the Netherlands are charting a friendlier approach.
The Bainbridge park district in Washington State is installing rescue locators that are coded with GPS coordinates. The information can help emergency responders find injured people in less time.