The nonprofit Sewpportive Friends is creating menstrual supplies for two Zimbabwean locations – a sign of the increased global attention that’s being paid to this issue.
Archaeologists say the 26-foot tall statue is likely a depiction of Pharaoh Ramses II, considered the most powerful ruler of ancient Egypt.
As the Islamic State begins deploying off-the-shelf drones to surveil or attack Iraqi and western forces, defense companies race to find a technical solution.
Peaceful demonstrations that gathered momentum last fall show how far the young democracy has advanced since bloody protests in 1987 helped end military dictatorship. They became a source of inspiration to similar movements, and to Koreans like Joseph Kim.
Jun Tachibana has talked with thousands of girls and young women in the past 10-plus years as they deal with problems ranging from poverty to drug addiction to abuse.
Using a metal detector, a 14-year-old Danish boy and his father uncovered a long-buried plane and pilot.
Arab Israelis say a bill being reviewed by Israel's parliament would take unfair aim at the Muslim call to prayer.
Multiple Chinese outlets picked up a satirical story claiming a paranoid Trump ordered White House phones wrapped in tinfoil.
The Icelandic government will introduce legislation this month that requires employers to prove equal pay for equal work.
Kim Han-sol, whose father, Kim Jong-nam, was recently killed in a possible hit perpetrated by the North Korean government, appears to have released a video since going into hiding after the assassination.
A German court dismissed a lawsuit from Anas Modamani, who wanted Facebook to identify and delete posts falsely linking him to high-profile crimes committed by migrants.