Christine Loeber, Jennifer Golick, and Jennifer Gonzalez were running a nonprofit post-traumatic stress disorder program at the facility.
Tillerson arrived in the capital Nairobi on Friday, the third stop of a five-nation trip to Africa that began on Thursday, his first visit to the continent as a Secretary of State.
A government list of 600 alleged Communist fighters includes Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, U.N. special rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples.
Christian Beasley's mother told Newsweek her son suffered physical abuse while in Kerobokan.
The journalist was working on a story linking officials close to Prime Minister Robert Fico to an Italian businessman with ties to the 'Ndrangheta syndicate.
The South Korean president spoke at an event commemorating 99 years of the March 1 Movement, one of the first public displays of resistance to the Japanese occupation of the Korean peninsula.
Researchers believe the footage adds to evidence of a 1944 massacre of 30 Korean women at the hands of the Japanese army.
A self-appointed “sex guru” who wanted to challenge President Vladimir Putin was among those detained.
Joseph Yun would have had a major role to play in possible U.S. talks with North Korea.
Their family still hopes to find them alive.
“I might never be able to meet them again,” South Korean ice hockey player Choi Ji-yeon said.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in called on the U.S. to lower the threshold for dialogue.
He was pronounced dead at 6.05 p.m.
As part of the joint Argentina-Russia operation, authorities confiscated 360 packages of cocaine hidden in the suitcases and replaced them with flour and tracking devices.
The presidential Blue House chefs will treat the first daughter to a kosher vegetarian menu, local media reported.
The automotive giant did not not elaborate on the allegations which prompted the internal investigation into the executive’s behavior.
General Kim Yong Chol was also blamed for deadly attacks against South Korean targets in 2010.
The video shows a more humane side of the young North Korean women who charmed worldwide audiences with their near-robotic, perfectly synchronized performances.
The Japanese athlete graciously dismissed accident as a "reflex."
North Korea’s ruling family may soon be welcoming a new member, according to sources in Seoul.
The man paid around $10,000 to each woman in a case that helped end commercial surrogacy in Thailand.