Bruce Riedel writes that Sharif’s attempts to improve Pakistan’s troubled relations with India lie at the core of the army’s dislike for him.
Members of the liberal pressure group were greeted by an onslaught of whistles and shouts as they worshipped.
Black and white pupils have mixed in South African education for 21 years, but the issue of Afro hair remains contentious.
Australian Navy diver Paul de Gelder survived a troubled childhood only to end up ensnared in the jaws of a vicious shark. Here's his unlikely story.
The government has resisted measures to charge people for using vehicles with high emissions in designated clean-air zones.
An anarchist group in northern Syria announced the new "Queer Insurrection and Liberation Army" unit on Monday.
Around 150,000 of the city's domestic helpers are from Muslim-majority Indonesia.
The 17-year-old asked for assistance from a jihadi in completing her attack plan.
King Vajiralongkorn is holding huge celebrations, turning his birthday into a public holiday and releasing 1,066 symbolic sea turtles.
The area is known as a playground of the wealthy and famous, and among those caught up in the evacuation was the film star Joan Collins.
The man was attempting to cross the border between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla.
The Black Sea is a priority area of reinforcement for the Russian navy following the annexation of nearby Crimea in 2014.
Azadeh Namdari has previously criticized women who do not cover up as “exposed.”
At an oath-taking ceremony, North Korea's army's vice-marshal spoke of the “decisive victory in the sacred war against the U.S.”
European Union authorities in Brussels are increasingly concerned by the Polish government’s meddling in the country’s legal system.
"President Trump will not handle his congress," one Russian senator warned, while another said Trump was "forced" to mimic Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Cardinal George Pell is on a leave of absence from the Vatican, where he serves as Treasurer for the pontiff.
Kim Il Sung demanded that the world deal with him on his terms.
Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari said he doesn't know what happened to 39 Indians kidnapped by ISIS in Iraq, but he'll pay to find out.
Iraqi Vice President Nouri al-Maliki thanked Russia for its "tremendous contribution" to Iraq and Syria by battling the Islamic State militant group.
The government plans to reduce the suicide rate by beefing up measures targeting excessive working hours, depression and harassment.
The largest army in the world is readying for a “potential crisis.”
In the U.S., farmers wash their poultry with chlorine. In Europe, they don’t do that.
The bookstore had been accused of attempting to rehabilitate the reputation of philosopher Julius Evola, regarded as an icon by the alt-right conservative and white nationalist movement.
A lack of funding, cultural factors and traditions have been blamed for the estimated 10.5 million children not in school.
The USS Thunderbolt reportedly fired at an Iranian ship that came within 150 yards and may belong to the elite Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps.
Poland is removing all statues and memorials to totalitarian regimes, including those to Soviet soldiers.
The campaign repeatedly solicited illegal campaign contributions from multiple foreign sources.
No matter who you are, the risk of becoming a convicted felon and spending time in prison dwarfs any other consideration.
The Kurdish YPG militia fighting to liberate the eastern Syrian city of Raqqa confirmed his death.