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British charity has received more than two dozen new sexual misconduct allegations since the Haiti scandal broke.
Ruling party legislators approve extension of state of emergency on island nation, in a vote opposition says is illegal.
Iranian officials say they have located the site of a plane crash that killed all 65 people on board last week.
Ethiopia declared a state of emergency on the heels of mass anti-government rallies. But just who is protesting and why?
Convoy of 20 vehicles and dozens of fighters enters the besieged Kurdish-held region amid Turkey's offensive.
An overview of the continent's main natural resources.
The controversial Don Sahong dam in Laos has people arguing that its environmental impacts have not been studied well enough.
In a campaign called 'Lifting the Debris', young Iraqi volunteers are coming together to rebuild Mosul.
With humanitarian conditions spiralling out of control, the UN and the Syrian opposition are increasingly alarmed at the situation in Eastern Ghouta under Syrian government and Russian bombardment.
More than 300 arrests made after five security forces killed in clashes in Tehran involving Sufi Muslims, reports say.
Young people and their families demand stricter gun control laws after mass shooting at Florida school leaves 17 dead.
What is really at the root of madness of regular gun violence in the United States?
Palmreading could take on a whole new meaning with an ultra-thin display and monitor that can be stuck to the body.
The Saakashvili saga exemplifies how easily one can stray from democratic promise to semi-authoritarian rabble rousing.
The Baduy practice seclusion to protect their ancient traditions, but things are changing.
Allegations that Canada backs Sikh separatist groups overshadows Trudeau's first trip to India as prime minister.
Despite attempts by warmongers to distort reality, a peaceful solution to the Venezuelan crisis is still a possibility.
Venezuela launches the pre-sale of a new commodity-backed digital currency. We explain how it will work.
Businesses in Somalia's largest open-air market have boycotted trade over the introduction of a five percent sales tax.
More than a year has passed since Donald Trump promised to "drain the swamp", but many question whether he is making good on that campaign promise.