Esther Zeiher launched the endeavor after she came across an old map. She calls the trail an ‘adventure in humanity’ that is enabling meaningful exchanges between people.
The Palestinian Authority and Hamas, who controls the enclave, are in a bitter power struggle, as the Trump administration is expected to be more sympathetic to Israel.
Canadian courts are sometimes suspicious of asylum-seekers who have left behind applications in the United States.
Ahead of the big summer vacation season, here are some ideas for trying something different – service.
China wants the world to know it built its new aircraft carrier entirely on its own, as the nation looks to strengthen its regional military influence in order to safeguard its maritime territorial claims.
Local business owners roll up their sleeves and start the hard work of bringing life back to the city.
Protestors clashed with South Korean police as the US military transferred parts of a missile-defense system that would help protect the South from the North.
Aidan Ryan started volunteering abroad, but when he realized the challenges much closer to home, he adjusted his focus. His sister, Erin Ryan, has gotten involved, too.
Thousands shut down the main highway in Caracas to express their anger with the increasingly embattled administration of President Nicolas Maduro.
Students from a college in Chennai, India, are working with the rescued individuals as part of a project to help them get back on their feet. Without homes, among other things, it is easy for them to slip back into debt bondage, campaigners say.
While Islamic State sends out suicide bombers and snipers in Mosul to the east, the Kurdish authorities in Erbil are already looking ahead to the day when they can pull in more visitors.