A new project aims to help refugees publish fiction drawing from their experiences of exile.
The extremist group accused the local leader of cooperation with rival jihadis.
Engelson is a Hollywood producer whose latest project was reportedly inspired by his ex’s engagement to Prince Harry.
The “Voice of Freedom” FM radio broadcasts started shortly after the November 13 defection, military officials said on Sunday.
Tamar Morali, 21, is one of 20 contestants hoping to represent Germany at the Miss Universe pageant.
Jihadis told village elders to stop collaborating with security forces or suffer the consequences.
The flamboyant former wife of the American president was once a Soviet-era school girl who grew up celebrating workers behind the Iron Curtain.
A huge ash cloud forced the closure of Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport on Monday for 24 hours.
“It’s as if they are hoping that they (the North Koreans) will lash out again, and then it would be possible to engage in military options.”
China, Japan, the European Union and other nations and government bodies have increasingly called on North Korea to set aside its nuclear weapons development program in recent months.
AP journalists spent two months investigating the situation.
When the Soviet Union collapsed, America’s cultural war against communism turned inward.
The former chiefs of staff chairman cited North Korea's unpredictability as an issue.
Critics say the claim is a conspiracy theory concocted by Hindu hardliners.
The economy shrank more than previously expected, according to official data.
Mugabe will receive millions of dollars and immunity from prosecution as part of a "golden goodbye."
France has called for "uncompromising" dialogue with Tehran over its ballistic missile program.
China opened its first overseas military base in Djibouti in August.
Indonesia's Disaster Mitigation Agency set up an exclusion zone and ordered people to "immediately evacuate."
Grab your popcorn for the 66th Miss Universe pageant, where contestants will answer questions and walk the runway in bikinis and gowns for the top prize.
Humanitarian aid planes carrying food and medicine arrived in Yemen, where seven million people are at risk of famine under Saudi border blockades.
Six years after a tsunami rocked the primary power plant in Fukushima, Japan still does not know what to do with a million tons of contaminated water.
A protest in Islamabad erupted into violence when police arrived to crack down on demonstrators, prompting a TV blackout during the clash.
A Russian lawmaker wants to reclassify American fast food chains like McDonald's and KFC as "foreign agents," after the Kremlin moved to provide the same label to international news outlets.
Two dozen children were among the more than 300 worshippers killed in Egypt's North Sinai in Friday's attack.
Beside the body was a pack of cigarettes with Korean writing on it.
Annette Poitras slipped and injured herself while out walking her dogs.
The videos mimic the story arc of action hero movies that captivate Westerners.
Cuban President Raul Castro met with North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho in an effort to defuse tensions over a nuclear war.
Putin knows that escalation means many more Russian casualties and even more crippling sanctions.