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The blogger who helped bring national attention to the Steubenville rape case speaks out.
A Congolese warlord whose troops were routed over the weekend walked into the United States Embassy in Rwanda and asked to be sent to The Hague to stand trial for war crimes.
Giorgos Katidis, a 20-year-old Greek soccer player who celebrated a game-winning goal by giving a Nazi salute, has been banned for life from representing his country in international tournaments.
In an address marking the second anniversary of the uprising in Syria, the rebel commander reminded viewers that "the Syrian revolution started peacefully."
Viewers of Britain's Sky News were treated to the unusual spectacle of a correspondent reporting live on his own detention from the back of a Chinese police van.
A British police officer who spent seven years infiltrating environmental and activist groups while working undercover for the Metropolitan Police force in London, may have monitored an American computer scientist and spied on others while in the United States.
An English translation of the statement released on Friday by Fr. Franz Jalics, a Jesuit priest who was kidnapped by the Argentine military in 1976, when he served under the man who was appointed pope this week.
Saudi Arabia's human rights record came under scrutiny again this week after seven men were publicly executed and a court sentenced two prominent civil rights activists to jail.
The British comedian Stephen Fry brought a sharp tongue and a Twitter following of millions when he confronted a Russian lawmaker who drafted the ban on "homosexual propaganda" in St. Petersburg.
A rebel group accused of ties to Al Qaeda posted a video online that documents the last day of a man who killed himself in an attack on a government checkpoint.
The Lede is tracking developments in the Vatican, where white smoke issued from a chimney, indicating that the conclave of 115 Cardinals gathered there elected a new pope on Wednesday afternoon.
Four months after the latest Gaza conflict, an argument has erupted online over who is to blame for the suffering shown in a photograph of a Palestinian journalist cradling the dead body of his 11-month-old son.
Live video from Saint Peter's Square as 115 cardinals gather to select a new pope.
Religious conservatives in Iran were outraged by an image of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad clasping hands with the grief-stricken mother of Hugo Chávez at her son's funeral last week.
Times reporters covering the papal transition answer your questions on the conclave process and the future of the Catholic Church.
Times reporters covering the papal transition answered readers' questions on the conclave process, the future of the church and the retirement of Pope Benedict XVI.
Saturday's verdicts will determine the culpability of police officers and officials in Port Said's soccer club who were on duty at the time of the riot in February 2012.
A Russian news crew appears to have brought that nation's fondness for dashboard-mounted cameras to reporting on the war in Syria.
Weeks after the Sept. 11 attacks, Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, a son-in-law of Osama bin Laden, praised the attacks in a video message broadcast on Al Jazeera.
Inside the Sistine Chapel, the final preparations for the meetings to decide the next Pope are underway.