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Beni, DRC: 'They hacked him and threw him in a pigsty'

The ongoing violence against civilians in eastern DR Congo leaves people terrified and uncertain about their future.

Refugee Target Met: 10,000th Syrian Will Land in US

The US will reach its target this week of taking in 10,000 Syrian war refugees in a year-old resettlement program as several hundred Syrians depart from Jordan over 24 hours, the US ambassador to Jordan said Sunday, after meeting families headed to California and Virginia. The resettlement program has...

Concern over missing sons of Bangladeshi politicians

Witnesses say state holding the sons of three former politicians, including a deceased Jamaat head, in secret detention.

I Don't Want To Live In A Europe That Persecutes People For Their Beliefs Or Appearance

Europe has become unrecognizable in recent weeks. Its people seem small, narrow-minded, and mean-spirited. The continent continues to shed itself of the values that made it great and gave it its status as the voice of morality in the...Show More Summary

Emotional tribute to eight-year-old Italy quake victim

Girl died shielding her little sister in Marche region when tremors hit parts of Italy last week, killing more than 290.

I Do Not Want To Live In A Europe That Persecutes People For Their Beliefs Or Appearance

Europe has become unrecognizable in recent weeks. Its people seem small, narrow-minded, and mean-spirited. The continent continues to shed itself of the values that made it great and gave it its status as the voice of morality in the...Show More Summary

John Kerry and Sergey Lavrov: Fatal Attraction II

It was certainly not love at first sight - but it was the first of many more encounters to come.

Watchdog: India has failed to protect journalists

The Committee to Protect Journalists said that only one suspect has been prosecuted in a reporter's death in ten years.

People should have a say in electing the new UN head

The current system, one that privileges states and often corporations over people, can no longer be acceptable.

Europe’s Hydra: a continent still in crisis

To receive the Brussels Briefing every morning, sign up here. Welcome back! For a few happy weeks, officials were able to put Europe’s multiple crises to the back of their minds. No longer. Those returning to their desks in Brussels,...Show More Summary

Hong Kong through the eyes of rooftop rebels

Hong Kong's rooftoppers show the political awakening and the revolution as captured by the young people behind it.

Attack kills 18 people near Karbala in Iraq

Officials say five assailants with suicide vests, rifles and grenades opened fire in town west of Karbala on Sunday.

Israel: Eviction plan violates Palestinian land rights

A new settlers' relocation plan raises questions over Israel's claim of respecting private property of Palestinians.

Loss of innocence: The propaganda war

How long does it take for a graphic image of war to lose its impact, and to what end are these media tools being used?

Ecuador: Evening out the media playing field

Are Ecuador's new anti-private media laws a breach of freedom of speech or a needed measure of equality?

ISIS claims deadly attack on U.S.-backed forces in Yemen

Dozens reportedly killed as suicide attacker detonates massive car bomb in southern city of Aden, targeting U.S.-backed forces

Kerry visits Bangladesh for talks on security

US secretary of state to meet Sheikh Hasina as well as opposition leaders to discuss economic and human rights issues.

We must not let chemical weapons to become the 'norm'

UNSC and international community must to be bold in the face of increasing use of chemical weapons in Syria and Iraq.

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