Pat Hines says he could "just never connect" with more sophisticated programs.
But Muslim leaders tell worshippers to keep boycotting the site, after uproar over the apparatus.
A 16-year-old German girl who ran away from home in 2016 and allegedly joined ISIS has been found alive in Iraq, the German government confirmed Monday.
Two hundred measures are agreed to protect women and children from gender-based abuse.
A man is still on the run after five people were wounded in the Swiss town of Schaffhausen.
An Australian cabinet minister is stepping down from his position after discovering he was made a dual Italian citizen without his knowledge.
The first time Vanessa Didon saw a turtle, she was blown away.
Some threaten to pull boys out of the organisation after a highly politicised address.
Female officers trained in martial arts patrol the streets of Jaipur to rein in sexual violence.
US and Afghanistan officials claim the Russian government is supplying the Taliban with small arm weapons to fight ISIS in Afghanistan, but Russia denies all allegations. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.
It is thought this could be the first animal-to-human transmission of the disease.
The organisers of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo find a novel way to drum up support.
Robbers in Italy wear masks with the US president's face, in an apparent nod to the film Point Break.
Situated in Lake Victoria, Ngamba has become a sanctuary for Uganda's abandoned and abused chimpanzees, and a vital resource for scientists.
China's tech companies are among the country's most attractive employers, with graduates often naming Alibaba, Baidu, Huawei and Tencent as their top choices.
They say the town of Séméac, in south-western France, will be unable to cope with the newcomers.
Flames spread across 900 hectares of forest and threatened homes, according to emergency services.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has moved to further consolidate his power over the world's newest superpower, striking down a rising political star.
The move is in line with Francis's teachings on the environment, Vatican Radio says.
A graphic novel about the history of Singapore stirred controversy before its publication, with a senior official in the city-state once warning that it could "potentially undermine the authority of legitimacy of the government and its public institutions."