Using his laptop, Kebedom Mengistu publishes Hadush Zemen (New Century), a newspaper for refugees from Eritrea who've survived the perilous trip and settled in Israel.
It's a staggering claim, but it was made by the country's Supreme Audit Bureau.
Families in Oaxaca remembered their lost loved ones last night in the traditional way.
Villagers in the home village of President's Obama's father are cheering on the Democrat, while Kenyan Mormons are excited by challenger Mitt Romney’s run.
In an attempt to make athletes better role models, Brazil has mandated that some offending players do community service and help kids in need.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the Syrian National Council could no longer be viewed as the 'visible leader of the opposition.' The group failed to attract broad support from Syrians.
Scientists are developing faster-maturing and drought-tolerant varieties of corn and cotton, holding out the hope of much-needed relief for thousands of farmers across Zimbabwe.
A new report using Internet searches to track criminal activity in Mexico found it is concentrated near large Mexican cities, entry points to the US, and highways connecting illicit crops or ports.