Yasmin Mulbocus had a rough childhood. And, eventually, she found herself caught in the spell of an Islamic extremist group. But she realized it wasn't the life for her — and now she helps fight back against the type of group she was a part of.
Five missing booksellers from Hong Kong have re-surfaced after months in the twilight zone. They appeared on Chinese TV this week as "guests" of China's judicial system. Their crime appears to have been selling books that allege misdeeds by China's elite.
So far, the people who actually do the work of helping refugees adjust to life once they get here have managed to stay out of the limelight. But, as the presidential campaign wears on, there are troubling signs that could be starting to change.
ll parties in Germany get financial aid from the government when they reach a certain threshold, and some accuse the National Democratic Party of being neo-Nazis. Germany is attempting to ban the party accused of stoking hostility towards immigrants and Jews.
It's recently emerged that clothes made in North Korea's state-owned factories are being sold by major brands with labels indicating they're from China. Oops. Do you have something in your closet made in North Korea?