“Sexual and reproductive health and rights are a prerequisite for attending school and being active on the labor market," according to Sweden.
Nigeria’s president has been absent for more than three months in 2017, but his wife says that he will soon make a strong return.
Chinese social media users who wanted to discuss Putin during the G20 were out of luck.
Jang Chang Ha was elevated by the North Korean leader from Lieutenant General to Colonel General.
Ikaika Kang told an undercover agent the U.S. "is the only terrorist organization in the world."
Rarely has it been so important for Britain to drum up goodwill on the continent.
Eisenberg will enter the Italian political scene at a turbulent time, following the resignation of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi last year.
North Korea boasted that the ICBM it launched last week could carry a nuclear warhead.
How is Britain’s secret drone policy any different from George W. Bush’s preemptive strikes?
A report by the human rights organization Amnesty International has detailed how since October 2016, ISIS carried out a systematic campaign of forced displacement in the Mosul area.
U.S. allies and enemies have praised Iraq for defeating the Islamic State militant group in Mosul, highlighting the complex nature of battling ISIS.
People who drink a cup of coffee a day are 12 percent less likely to die from certain medical conditions. Time for a refill?
While the opposition elects an outsider, Netanyahu insiders face corruption charges.
A crackdown on Jehovah's Witnesses in Kazakhstan has followed similar actions against the Christian group in neighboring Russia.
The blue and white ribbed sari is now the exclusive intellectual property of the Missionaries of Charity, which was founded by the nun almost 70 years ago.
Despite delays, Russia says it's moving forward with its Rs-28 Sarmat, or "Satan 2," nuclear missile and may bring nuclear "ghost trains" back from the dead.
The Valongo Wharf was described as "the most important physical trace of the arrival of African slaves on the American continent."
The nation has even become divided over higher education following the 2016 election.
In some African countries, being gay could cost you your life.
Donald Trump Jnr. appeared to confirm reports over the weekend that he met the Russian attorney at Trump Tower.
India has resisted China’s territorial ambitions, despite the aggressive noises from Beijing.
The Ganges contains millions of liters of untreated sewage, yet it is still used for bathing and drinking water.
The U.S., India and Japan are conducting perhaps their most complex joint naval drills yet, and leading Asian powers Pakistan and China are getting closer.
One camp charges $115—$85 for children—for a two hour package that simulates an attack on a Jerusalem market.
The volcano has erupted dozens of times since January.
It would be good news for civilians who have been barrel bombed by Assad’s forces.
Vladimir Putin's spokesman said Trump was 'skillfull' and 'efficient' after the two leaders met in Hamburg.
Bertha the hippo had been living at the Manila Zoo in the Philippines since 1959.
Putin is in his element when yes and no are equally legitimate answers.
Russia's president has not declared owning any motorcycle in his official records.