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Aisha Buhari criticized Muhammadu Buhari’s administration, which had promised change but, in the view of his critics, has delivered little. His response: “She belongs to my kitchen.”
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Thousands of people took to the streets of Bangkok Friday to honor King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who died Thursday.
Nedeljnik said it was the subject of a hoax. It had quoted the GOP presidential nominee as saying the U.S.-led intervention in Serbia was “a mistake.”
Government and FARC rebel leaders continue to negotiate a peace accord that was recently rejected by voters.
Because of its location, America can choose whether it wants to be a gatekeeper or a global policeman.
A new medical facility aims to give drug addicts a safe space to inject, but critics say it only perpetuates the problem.
Unranked images from the the 2016 Small World Photomicrography Competition.
More than 5,000 incidents were reported in England and Wales in July—a 41 percent increase from last year.
Jaber al-Bakr hung himself inside a German jail and now lawyers and politicians want to know why he wasn’t being more closely watched.
Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world's longest-reigning monarch, was 88.
Bob Dylan has won this year’s award.
The attacks mark the first time the U.S. has targeted the Houthis since the conflict began in March 2015, and they come after missiles were fired at an American warship.
In Bosnia and in Syria, the tactic has been used to destroy bodies—but it’s really an attempt to annihilate the spirit.
In Russia’s Siberian wilderness, a new gold rush is on, as local ‘tuskers’ set up illegal ivory mines, blasting away soil and permafrost to find the tusks, horns, and bones of woolly mammoths and rhinos.
As a coda to our series on black expats reflecting on their time abroad, this reader builds to…
Arctic life in the time of globalization and climate change
Salah Abdeslam’s attorneys say he indicated he no longer wants legal representation.