The Pineapple Fund has given a $4 million grant to clinical trials on MDMA-assisted psychotherapy.
As many as 100 of the 270 Chibok girls abducted from their school in April 2014 are still believed to be held captive by Boko Haram.
Pope Francis showed a photo of a child victim of the World War II bombing of Nagazaki to the journalists traveling with him to Chile.
The former military cop achieved international fame (or infamy) after staging an attack on the Venezuelan Supreme Court in June.
The pontiff was singled out by vandals who firebombed churches in the capital Santiago.
Three hundred fur farms, which produce fur from 700,000 minks and 110,000 foxes every year, will shut down in Norway, according to PETA.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un recently promoted Hyon, the subject of execution rumors in 2013, to the party's central committee.
Authorities say there is little hope of finding the crew.
The U.S. and Russia have traded tit-for-tat diplomatic sanctions since the fallout around the 2016 election.
“Nothing that Ahed Tamimi has done can justify the continuing detention of a 16-year-old girl," the rights group said.
The son of deposed Qatari emir Sheikh Ali bin Abdullah al-Thani has said he is being held against his will in Abu Dhabi.
The director was blacklisted after making a $1 million donation to Israel in the Second Lebanese War.
Communism, like Christianity, preaches “freedom, brotherhood, equality,” he said.
Shadow First Secretary of State Emily Thornberry said Trump was a racist.
Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister called the U.S.-led coalition's decision to set up a border security force a "provocative" move.
Approximately 95 percent of the orbiting objects are debris, i.e., not functional satellites.
Germany's GSG-9 unit is to increase by a third as the radical Islamist threat to Europe persists.
The collapse occurred in Tower 2, which hosts the local offices of the World Bank, the International Finance Corporation, and Nike, among others.
Around 9,000 people have been evacuated as scientists warn the crater could turn "explosive."
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas told the U.S.: "Damn your money."
But at least the kids might have liked it.
Alexei Moiseev, Russian Deputy Finance Minister, told reporters that the Finance Ministry “supports the legalization of trade in cryptocurrencies on official exchanges.”
The law has been in place since 1979.
The Russian military has been diversifying its nuclear capabilities for decades.
Satellite images gave RAND researchers a unique take on daily life in Syrian and Iraqi cities under ISIS rule.
Men feel left out in economies when their jobs have been shipped overseas to low-wage countries.
A few hundred anti-globalization demonstrators marched through the streets of Switzerland’s capital city of Bern.
The troubled teenager's attempt to kill the monarch was covered up by police and the government, claims a former New Zealand police officer.
UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Henry Bolton is facing calls for resignations after his girlfriend's offensive texts were published on Sunday.
The bodies of only three of the 32 crew members were found after eight days of rescue operations.