The Harvey Weinstein scandal, which sparked the #squealonyourpig campaign in France, pushes French lawmakers to consider cracking down on sexual harassment.
Since the peace deal between the government and FARC rebels in 2016, coffee growers have begun to return to their farmlands to cultivate the mild arabica bean that had been inaccessible to global markets during decades of fighting.
As military forces rid Marawi of the few remaining ISIS militants, small groups of residents are returning to the debris strewn city since fleeing in May when the fighting started.
President Trump has given Congress 60 days to review economic sanctions on Iran. If the US walks away from the deal, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said he would 'shred' it.
In response to a threat of an independence bid by Catalonia's leadership, the central Spanish government has said it will enact article 155 of Spain's constitution that would revoke the region's semi-autonomous powers.
Having bested his rivals, President Xi is primed to consolidate his already considerable power as the ruling Communist Party begins its twice-a-decade national congress on Oct. 18.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel leads exploratory talks between her party, the Christian Democrats, and the Bavarian Christian Social Union, Free Democrats, and Greens. The parties are under pressure to compromise and form a government by January.
The Iraqi government and neighboring nations threatened a crackdown on trade with the Kurdish region following its independence vote. Sanctions could hurt the region's economy but Kurdish leaders are confident their goods are too valuable to the larger economy.
A new United Nations Population Fund report says giving women and girls in developing countries control over when and how many children they have is key to ending global poverty by 2030.
In reaction to anti-immigration sentiment in the US, some tech giants are setting up operations in Mexico, hoping to retain and attract foreign tech talent.
The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces ended the clash in Raqqa on Tuesday, combing the northern Syrian city for land mines and searching for any ISIS sleeper cells left behind.
While more children haven been attending school in Afghanistan over the past several years, threats from Islamic militants undermines that progress. Human rights organizations say that when schools face challenges or closures, young girls are the first to feel the effects.
As the National Football League gains popularity among young people in China, networks work to find commentators with sufficient knowledge of the game who are up to the challenge of translating the 'totally weird' rules.