Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has declared himself the winner of a high-stakes election, surviving the most serious challenge yet to his political dominance and tightening his grip on the nation he has ruled for 15 years.
With the re-election of Erdogan as the president of Turkey, we can expect that he will continue to consolidate his power, writes Samantha Vinograd
Women in Saudi Arabia can legally get behind the wheel of a car for the first time Sunday as the kingdom lifts its longstanding ban on women driving.
Thousands of people marched Saturday through central London on the second anniversary of the Brexit referendum, demanding that the UK government give people a chance to make the final decision on whether it goes into effect next year.
Lasers have been used to target US aerial operations in the Pacific, with 20 incidents recorded since September of last year, according to a US military official.
The immigration debate took some disheartening turns, and corporate giants are feeling the heat. On the plus side, everyone's catching World Cup fever. What do you remember from the week that was?
Over the course of two days, more than 200 people drowned after leaving Libya for Europe, according to a report from the United Nations.
Reports of abuse against women and girls around the world are discouraging. But organizations are fighting back. From ending child marriage to stopping violence -- from education rights to gender equality, here are some of the groups standing up for women that you can be part of.
The Real Junk Food Project recovers and sells waste food, letting customers pay as much or as little as they like.
Sudanese teenager Noura Hussein is on death row for killing her 35-year-old husband. CNN obtained a first-hand account from the 19-year-old, who has appealed her sentence.
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