John Cronin and his father, Mark, explain how they've grown their colourful socks business.
In her book Mothering a Muslim, writer Nazia Erum says children as young as five are being targeted.
Lawyer Aji Ayorinde is looking at swapping his life in London for Lagos.
Streetwear lovers in South Africans are buying, selling and trading shoes at the Sneaker Exchange. It's the latest craze to hit Johannesburg, and the place to upgrade your kicks.
They weigh about 1kg and their eyes are six times more powerful than ours.
Edgar Ray Killen, 92, was only jailed in 2005, 41 years after he helped organise a triple murder.
Wassim Razzouk's family has been tattooing pilgrims to Jerusalem for at least 25 generations.
Shane Missler has "retired" from his job and also plans to "pursue a variety of passions".
The African Union, representing 55 member states, is furious over a reported slur by the US leader.
Pete Hoekstra was "shocked" by his own remarks about Muslims in the Netherlands, despite his denials.
John Feeley, a career diplomat and former Marine Corps pilot, said he was "honour-bound" to quit.
Khawlah Noman, 11, was walking to school with her brother when they said the attacker pounced.
A campus dean and a conservative pundit joust over whether Trump's reported statement was bigoted.
The US president warns of sanctions if the agreement is not changed within four months.
The remains of a historic building will finally be repatriated after a brief disagreement.
It is unclear who is responsible, but some messages left behind threatened Pope Francis directly.
Hassan Diab was in French prison for three years after Canada extradited him for terrorism charges.
The president denies using the language but a Democratic senator says he heard "racist" words.
Amid gradual reforms, Saudi Arabia allows women to attend a football match for the first time.
At an event honouring Martin Luther King Jr, Donald Trump was asked about an alleged "racist slur".
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