With women comprising only one-fifth of Kenya's parliament – marking the largest gender representation gap in eastern African politics – women in politics persist against discrimination to emphasize women's health, education, and rights.
Rasmus Puur was one of the chief conductors last month for Laulupidu, a big choral event in Estonia. His message for its young participants goes beyond music.
The Grammy Awards in China will promote only 'positive and healthy' artists in order to break into the world's second-largest economy.
In a recent interview, Bill Hanway, one of the head architectural organizers for the Tokyo 2020 and Los Angeles 2028 Olympics Games, stated that building plans would not involve in local evictions and would seek community input while utilizing already built structures.
As Australia and other major European powers push gas and diesel bans, German lawmakers and auto manufacturers convened Wednesday with hopes to salvage diesel, an industry that fuels 800,000 jobs and comprises the nation's largest export.
As probable host for the 2024 Olympic Games, some Parisians welcome the opportunity for urban renewal as others raise concerns over rising rents and the effect on low-income residents.
Economic and political crises have continued escalating throughout months-long protests – a situation President Nicolás Maduro says can only be fixed with a new assembly, and a new constitution. Critics call it a final turning point away from democracy.
A Japanese video showing atmospheric re-entry of North Korea’s most recent ICBM suggests the rocket failed to survive extreme heat and pressure on re-entry.
The controversial move to give worshippers an easy window into Islamic teachings is part of a larger push to correct misconceptions on extremism, but some say that a subway station is not the appropriate setting.
With Kenya's election set to take place in a week, President Kenyatta is boasting the country's job growth during his term – 800,000 jobs in 2016 alone. But experts note that up to 90 percent of these jobs are low-paying and in the informal sector.
To cap off a tumultuous bidding process, the city of Los Angeles reached consensus with Olympic leaders to host the 2028 games – receiving a financial stimulus in return – leaving the 2024 games to Paris.
Supporting Britain's effort to combat militant attacks, Home Secretary Amber Rudd will attend the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism, which partners Google, Twitter, Microsoft, and Facebook.
Following in the footsteps of Tunisia, Morocco, and Egypt, Jordan's parliament voted Tuesday to remove the provision that allows rapists to escape punishment by marrying their victims.
Only months after the demolition of 'the Jungle,' a migrant camp near Calais, France, watchdog groups have demanded that the migrants have access to drinking water and bathroom facilities.
The announcement Monday sparked skepticism among other officials, including the Archishop of Canterbury, who said that the chances of such a quick and smooth transition were 'infinitesimally small.'
Venezuela has elected to create a constitutional assembly that some worry would give undue authority to President Nicholas Maduro.
Here's what Africa has learned about building ‘community resilience’ as millions in Africa’s arid zones gird themselves to cope better with drought and the threat of famine.