Men were making progress in a gender sensitivity course, until someone died of poison.
Three months after the Games, the city’s fiscal, political and security problems are unresolved.
Tens of thousands of people have fled rebel-held areas in past weeks as government forces move in. Both sides are suspected in the disappearances.
It appeared to be the deadliest assault targeting Egyptian security forces in recent months, according to the country’s state-run news service.
An anonymous American Jewish organization helped it happen.
"2016 has been a disastrous year.”
A Red Cross doctor describes a chilling scene of horror in Aleppo.
Some are decrying the return of words once weaponized by the Nazis.
An aid group said the proposal to make migrants register in the country where they first arrived is ‘out of step with what is urgently needed on the ground.’
“For years, international sports competition has been unknowingly hijacked by the Russians,” an independent investigator says
Wilders said he won't be silenced after a court convicted him of inciting discrimination against Moroccans.
Beijing called Leung Chun-ying’s’s decision a “great pity,” but the unpopular figure is unlikely to be missed in Hong Kong.
Populist anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders was found guilty Friday of insulting and inciting discrimination against Moroccans, a conviction he immediately slammed as a “shameful” attack on free speech and an attempt to “neutralize” him.
Funded by the Russian government, a Moscow publication seeks a “balanced” analysis.
But it will still take up to six months for the high court to deliberate on the impeachment.
Modern dance gives performers an escape from the daily grind of life in the West Bank.
He was one of 140 concentration camp inmates detailed to Operation Bernhard, an attempt to disrupt the British economy.
A State Department official could not confirm the report but said Secretary of State John F. Kerry and Russia’s foreign minister were in contact.
François Fillon’s unexpected emergence as a leading presidential contender marks the astonishing prospect of a Catholic political reawakening.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday that his government and the majority of Canada’s provinces had come to an agreement on a national carbon pricing plan.
Gambia’s ruler of more than 22 years announced late Friday that he no longer accepts defeat in the country’s presidential election, reversing course a week after he conceded to his rival.
Large crowds were expected to gather in South Korea’s capital on Saturday to celebrate the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye over an explosive corruption scandal that saw millions protest in previous weeks.
Google and the Cuban government have struck a deal giving Cubans faster access to the internet giant’s content, two people familiar with the agreement said Friday.
Two women suicide bombers blew themselves up at a bustling market in northeast Nigeria’s Madagali town on Friday morning, killing at least 30 people and wounding 67, an army spokesman told The Associated Press.
Longtime Gambian ruler Yahya Jammeh reverses course, now refuses to step aside after officials said he lost election.