Documenting daily life in Ugandan refugee settlements.
Communities across Thailand's southern provinces have been struggling with rising drug use.
A viral wedding video shows that Indian women are pushing boundaries - one bride at a time.
Tom Keatinge looks at why the tiny Gulf emirate of Qatar is alleged to supported terrorist groups.
In Prosteyjov, there are those who would rather forget a little park that used to be a Jewish graveyard.
One of the best things to do in Jordan -- a new hiking trail reveals the country's jewels from north to south.
Michelle Carter thought she was helping when she told her boyfriend to kill himself, a court hears.
A US appeals court upholds a decision blocking President Trump’s revised "travel ban".
With cries of "Putin out" and "Russia without thieves," mass protests took place in cities across Russia on Monday -- a day that was supposed to celebrate the nation.
Alexei Navalny gets a 30-day sentence for violating the law on rallies, hours after mass protests.
Air Force officials pause F-35 air operations at an Arizona base over pilot oxygen supply problems.
Thousands of dying and dead fish were found in a river leading to the Gulf of Mexico.
The soldier filmed the assaults on two girls aged three and five - but left the camera behind.
Theresa May, Britain's embattled Prime Minister, appears to be on the verge of delaying the Queen's Speech -- a key annual event in which the government lays out its policy agenda for the coming year.
The interior ministry takes charge of police activities in the opposition-controlled state Miranda.
The US attorney general is likely to be asked about his undeclared meetings with Russian officials.
The legal action alleges "unprecedented constitutional violations" by the president.
Greg Gianforte must complete community service and anger counselling for flooring a Guardian reporter.