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The Egyptian military announced last week that it had found a cure for hepatitis C and the virus that causes AIDS, but few appear convinced by the claim.
Live coverage of the crisis in Ukraine.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer responds on Twitter to the mounting pressure to veto legislation that would allow business owners to refuse service to gays and others.
Hundreds of documents found at the abandoned presidential retreat outside Kiev since Ukraine's leader fled the capital have been posted on a new site, YanukovychLeaks.
Fears of a violence were heightened by the publication and photographs of names of gay and lesbian Ugandans, with some people recalling David Kato's death in 2010.
Tell us about your experience with race on your campus with the hashtag #TellNYT.
Despite government efforts to minimize news coverage of the growing protests, residents are presenting proof on social media.
Three Russian dissidents arrested during protests in Moscow argued that images posted on social networks undermined police claims that they had resisted arrest or waved banners.
Henrique Capriles, the country’s most prominent opposition leader, opted not to meet with President Nicolás Maduro, saying Mr. Maduro's invitation had been intended only to create a photo opportunity.
Students at the University of Michigan used Twitter to give voice in 140 characters or less to what racial tension feels like on campus.
A Ukrainian video blogger's tribute to the courage of protesters in Kiev mixes footage of the demonstrations with inspirational speeches borrowed from two Hollywood action movies.
Gay rights activists continue to oppose the law as the evangelical group that supported it say they would have preferred a less harsh version.
Turks took to the streets, and social networks, to protest new legislation that increases the government's power to remove content from the web that might embarrass officials.
Video and social media updates on a day of upheaval in Ukraine.
Basque separatists staged a video in front of a replica of Picasso's famous painting.
Tensions escalated further in Venezuela on Friday, as protesters turned out for a tenth day of demonstrations and the government continued to clamp down on coverage of the unrest in the broadcast media and online.
Members of the Phillipsburg High School wrestling team apologized after they were accused of staging a racist photo and barred from coming district championships.
As live video streams and messages posted on social networks from Kiev's Independence Square showed, Ukrainian protesters remained defiant on Friday, calling for the resignation of the president.
Genesis Carmon quickly became the face of the growing student protest movement as news of her death spread.
The new Pussy Riot video, released on Thursday, was made with the inadvertent cooperation of the authorities.