"This is not a very diplomatic strategy. Then again, it is coming from a man who...
Some in the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan are campaigning to recall a legislator...
"Of respondents who reported they found it unpleasant when coming across discrim...
"Sexual harassment is a major problem in Egypt. Studies show that large majoriti...
Cats sleeping in clay cooking pots are all the rage in Japan right now. Apparently, they are so popular that stores have started selling pots made exclusively for cats.
Information released by the Telecom Regulatory Commission revealed that from 2015 onward 13 websites had been blocked, including a number of websites publishing political news, and a few pornographic sites.
"We do not understand why the State is pursuing the seven charges against Jolovan Wham for events which were all peaceful and non-violent."
The Ahwazis of Iran Face Death Sentences after False Accusations of Opposing the Government
In Egypt, Both Sexual Harassment and Child Marriages Continue to Plague the Country
Found in Translation: Local Publisher Brings Alive the Story of a Somali Olympian and Refugee for Macedonian Readers
As Victoria becomes the first Australian state to legalise euthanasia, the country remains divided over what is being called a new, progressive trend in Australian politics.
"This wonderful human being, who cared so much for others, died for no reason .. other than perhaps, being different."
"Being half-Lebanese, half-Syrian is like being a child whose parents are separated and both hate you because each half of you reminds them of the other...."
The Fall of Chinese Internet Czar Lu Wei
A Local Newspaper's Full-Page Feature on Nuclear Radiation Survival Stirs Panic in China
Indonesian President Jokowi Leads Citizens in Condemning Donald Trump's Jerusalem Declaration
A seagull appearing on the 500 tenge note was claimed by a Swiss photographer, but officials have not acknowledged copyright infringement.
“Repressing citizen journalists is not only a violation of human rights but also a major impediment to Vietnam’s aspirations to become a tech and innovation hub.”
Following the incarceration of Vybz Kartel, Ninja Man is the second major dancehall artist in recent times to be convicted of murder in crime-weary Jamaica.
Painting a New Story: Sohrai Art in Jharkhand
Palestinians Aren't Surprised by US Jerusalem Move As World Already ‘Ignores Their Existence’
Victoria Becomes the First Australian State to Pass Voluntary Assisted Dying Legislation
"Why just now...How about the thousands of children who were already given the vaccine?"
After an outcry, Afghanistan's president apologised for the remark.
Rajab is in prison for his human rights-related activities and for freely expressing his opinions.
A ‘Detainee of All Eras': The Prominent Case of Egyptian Activist Alaa Abdelfattah
Petition to Free the Eritrean Man Unjustly Arrested in Italy for Mistaken Identity
UNESCO Protects Balkan Grandma March Day Custom As Cultural Heritage
Kahraman’s new work is a masterful exploration of the issues of identity, personal struggle, and human consciousness.
So far, the logo challenge has been the most exciting part of the campaign where Putin is expected to run and win even by his most vocal opponents.
"In a matter of a few minutes, thousands of questions popped up...Then in a matter of a few seconds, all the comments vanished and the comment function was closed."
Russian Atomic Regulator's Foray into Meme-Making Fails to Quench Rumors of Nuclear Leaks
Animal Carcasses, Tires, and Medical Waste: A New Report Highlights Health Risks of Lebanon's Trash Crisis
Kyrgyz Children's Author Remakes Old Fables, Drives New Narratives
"The ‘Know Your Rights’ app is a perfect example of hypocrisy because the only application that is known to the PNP is the application of torture..."
"Sexual harassment is a major problem in Egypt. Studies show that large majorities of women have been subjected to it [...] And the problem is deeply rooted."
The graphic novel "An Olympic Dream" -- a biography of a runner who perished while trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea as a refugee -- was published in Macedonia in
After Authorities Evict Beijing's ‘Low-End’ Residents, Chinese Ask: Where Is the Humanity?
Scrutiny and Doubt Over Rape Victim's Testimony Sparks Outrage in Spain
This Brazilian Doctor Says Science Has Evolved, but Stigma Against HIV Remains