The Egyptian government is trialling new fatwa kiosks on the Cairo metro.
Survivors and relatives of the dead react to the tracing of the USS Indianapolis, 72 years on.
What prompted the sudden slump in President Macron's ratings? The BBC's Lucy Williamson investigates.
Osama bin Laden, like other jihadists, wrote poems. These might not win any literary prizes, but Elisabeth Kendall believes they could help fight extremism.
She was a violent white supremacist. But an encounter in prison changed Angela King's life forever.
Many of Europe's largest banks have already announced their intention to relocate jobs to Frankfurt as Brexit talks go on.
Vehicles kitted out with laser sensors are helping pinpoint problems on the Japanese capital's roads.
From the age of 13, 'Ben' was abused by older men but says he was ignored by the authorities.
Earlier this month, the Pew Research Center released the results of a survey asking the citizens of 38 countries to name a major threat to their nation. This is the first of a special series of op-eds that also appear in Fareed's Global Briefing looking at the top perceived threats among Americans. You can sign up for the Global Briefing newsletter here.
Toronto's dance community holds an open air "milonga" to bring the Argentine tango to the city's streets.
The EU's chief negotiator expresses concern about progress as the third round of talks gets under way.
Diplomacy is by nature a get-along business; and that applies in spades to a relationship between a president and his secretary of state. If there's any arguing to be done or daylight demonstrated, it takes place in private -- behind closed doors.
A controversial Indian spiritual guru has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for rape, India's Central Bureau of Investigation announced Monday.
The number of people killed in clashes in northern India rose to 31 Saturday, one day after a controversial spiritual leader was found guilty of raping two of his followers, according to local official Gauri Prashar Joshi.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu accuses Tehran of turning Syria into a "base of military entrenchment".
Thousands of ethnic Rohingya are attempting to flee violence in Myanmar's western Rakhine state, braving hostile border guards, treacherous territory and high waters to cross into neighboring Bangladesh.
Sent to prison for 20 years, his fall from grace is complete, writes the BBC's Geeta Pandey.
Police in northern Germany are conducting raids on the homes and business premises of two men suspected of plotting to kill leaders of the left, the country's federal prosecutor said in a statement Monday.
US inventor Elon Musk runs tests for vacuum-propelled pods that may revolutionise transport.
Two lawsuits have been filed against the Trump administration's ban on transgender service personnel.