It's easy to dismiss the Super Bowl, Monopoly, and Grand Theft Auto as a waste of time. But games go way beyond racking up points or winning Winter Olympic gold.
Mahasen Saber started 'Divorce radio' to reverse popular conceptions of divorced women, long stimatized in Egypt's conservative society, and create a supportive community.
A baby waits in a basket to board a train in Nanjing, northeastern China.
The Iraq war, a declining birth rate, and discrimination are causing Christians to abandon a region they've lived in for two millenniums.
After Egypt vanquished Algeria 4-0 in the African Nations Cup, the country exploded in celebration.
Ending US interference, including military support for Israel, could significantly reduce the rationale for terrorist acts.
Ducks dive in search of food at a pond in Minsk, Belarus, on Monday.
Egypt's first female bodyguard unit empowers women while meeting a demand for increased security among wealthy women and at major events.
A Christian Science perspective.