A girl who elders believe died from nuclear testing is at the centre of an emotional row in Australia.
The reinforced glass wall is designed to stop gunmen or vehicles storming the site, officials say.
Civil rights campaigns, charities, parodies, and the media are all seeing a surge in support.
Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee speaks out against the president's criticism of the judiciary.
The plans include an increase in financial incentives for failed asylum seekers who voluntarily leave.
Tongan Pita Taufatofua became widely known at Rio 2016 for his shirtless Opening Ceremony appearance, but he's now trying to qualify for Pyeongchang 2018.
Wikipedia has barred citations of The Daily Mail after editors of the online encyclopedia concluded Wednesday that the British tabloid is "generally unreliable."
Germany's trade surplus reached a new record of €252.9 billion ($270 billion) in 2016, the largest gap between exports and imports since the country's statistical agency started keeping records.
Scientists say orangutans "kiss squeaks" could help us understand the origins of human language.
The Cheyenne River Sioux file a legal challenge asking a federal judge to stall the project.
A vocal critic of Russian president Vladimir Putin, who says he was poisoned in 2015, has awoken from a medically induced coma after being hospitalized in Moscow last week, his wife tells CNN.
Qismat Amin will live for now with Captain Matthew Ball and his wife in Palo Alto, California.
Excavations on the storied Judean cliffside revealed a new Dead Sea Scrolls cave, full of scroll storage jars and other antiquities, the first such discovery in over 60 years.
The hospital reused equipment, something health officials called a "severe violation of procedure".
The scrapped decree would have shielded many politicians from prosecution for corruption.
Australian retailer Coles is limiting its self-checkouts to combat theft by deliberate mis-swiping.
City in northern Japan hopes pictograms will help foreigners feel more welcome.
A Kenyan government order to forcibly repatriate 260,000 Somalis is ruled an act of persecution.
On Monday, in Lagos, Abuja, Ibadan and across the country, Nigerians came out in their thousands to protest the corruption and poor standard of living in the country under the governance of President Muhammadu Buhari.