One year after Rio, members of the Athlete Refugee Team (ART) have their sights on the Tokyo Games, aiming to deliver more than just 'warm-hearted moments of participation.'
The McVay Youth Partnership at Hamline University offers paid leadership opportunities for students, who mentor middle- and high-schoolers. The program was endowed by Pete and Mary McVay.
The EU's election observer mission reported Thursday no apparent election fraud, and John Kerry, the head of the observer mission, called the Kenyan election 'a remarkable statement to Africa and the world about its democracy.'
Known as 'Little Picasso,' Farhad Nouri is a migrant from Afghanistan with remarkable artistic talent. He wants to show how important it is to be good to other people.
Seoul's collaborative offerings to North Korea were ridiculed but President Moon still thinks the South should take the lead when it comes to solving the North Korean nuclear problem.
Alexandreena Dixon founded an organization that uses African storytelling traditions to teach long-forgotten African values and rituals. The aim is to broaden horizons for black children.
Legislative advances for women in Tunisia and Jordan may soon be followed by measures in Lebanon and Iraq. A quiet revolution has drawn on women’s increased participation in politics and the improved flow of ideas across borders.
Cuban artists are making pointed social critiques through their public designs, pioneering an art form on the island that is slowly opening itself up to international influences.
Kenya's opposition candidate Raila Odinga alleged on television Wednesday morning that the election had been hacked and later tweeted that the incumbent president's Jubilee Party was to blame.
As President Trump leveled a warning at the hermit kingdom via tweet, a Canadian pastor was freed early, although there is no clear link between this incident and the escalation of tensions between the US and North Korea.
In efforts to curtail the practice of 'honor killings,' a new hotline has been set up to support married couples from different religious backgrounds.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced Tuesday that if approved by the Senate, Australia would hold a non-binding and mandatory poll – the fourth in Australian history and the first in 43 years.
The United States and other countries leaped into diplomatic action on Sunday to ensure the speedy fulfillment of new sanctions on North Korea.
Foreign ministers from Australia, Japan, and the US resolved to curb military actions and land reclamation in the contested waters of the South China Sea on Monday.