Women in Turkey are demanding more protection from male violence. They are urging Ankara to rejoin the Istanbul Convention.
US lobster fisherman says he was scooped into the mouth of a humpback whale and yet lived to tell his incredible story.
While the US economy is showing signs of recovery, millions of families are still struggling to put food on the table.
Lisa Keogh, a law student at Abertay University in Scotland, has been cleared of wrongdoing after she was probed for ‘defining a woman as the one with female genitals’.
Chile’s Atacama is one of the hottest deserts in the world. It also has the highest levels of ultraviolet radiation, emitted by the scorching sun.
Companies have a social responsibility in the area of human rights. They must use their influence to stop or reduce human rights violations.
The father and brother of Julian Assange are calling on the White House to stop hounding the Wikileaks co-founder.
Mojca Setinc Pašek is a political journalist at RTV Slovenija. She has been on trial for 5 years against Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa, for insulting her at a time when he was leading the opposition, and had already served twice as Prime Minister.
The party rose in national polls to almost 30% and at times even overtook the CDU and its leader Armin Laschet. The chancellorship seemed within reach for the first time in the Greens’ history.
The Drina River is now at the centre of a rift between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia over a planned hydropower plant. Merima Mulic reports from Foca.
Herds of hard-working donkeys once carried hordes of tourists on the rocky paths of Jordan’s Petra, but visitor numbers crashed amid the pandemic and the loyal animals now bear the brunt of the crisis.
Joe Biden has pledged half a billion doses from the US alone – and the hope of declarations from many more G7 countries.
A report by the UN and other aid agencies says that 350,000 people in Ethiopia’s Tigray region are either facing, or living in, famine.
The FBI reported 800 suspects detained during the operation using a special chat app. The success of the operation raises questions about the legitimacy of
This humanoid robot will be able to read human emotions and hopefully serve as a companion for people with Alzheimer’s and autism.
Pope Francis said that he rejected the offer of resignation from the Archbishop of Munich Cardinal Reinhard Marx in a letter published by the Vatican on Thursday.
With vaccine rollouts and the easing of restrictions everywhere, the global economy is slowly going back to pre-pandemic normal.
Ethiopia has stepped up security near its Grand Ethiopia Renaissance Dam project as tensions rise with neighbouring Sudan and Egypt.
Two racial inequality activists organize special and pricey dinners where guests are whined at about just how racist they didn’t realize they were.
Talk of a US-Taiwan trade deal has provoked Beijing’s ire. China sees democratic Taiwan as part of its territory and comes out strongly against other countries treating the island as an independent nation.
Electricity shortages caused by the Israeli assault on Gaza has forced the municipality to pump untreated sewage into the sea.
The number of migrants and refugees trying to cross the English Channel from France to the United Kingdom by boat is rising.
As if executions weren’t controversial enough in the first place, the state of Arizona has decided to use a type of gas linked to the Nazis.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is getting ready to ride his own rocket into space. The 57-year-old billionaire says he’ll go on the first passenger flight in a Blue Origin capsule in July.
While the outbreak eases in some parts of India, the scars left behind are coming to light. Covid-19 has devastated families across the country and left hundreds of children orphaned.
The UK has been accused of abandoning some of the world’s most vulnerable people after its decision to cut foreign aid spending by $5bn.