On the same day that Uber launched in Mombasa, an Uber taxi in the capital Nairobi was set on fire. This was the second Uber taxi torched in the city in a matter of weeks.
Most sex workers in Cambodia, Hoefinger says, are not trapped by brothel overlords. They’re instead trapped in a shattered economy where alternative options include back-breaking toil in the field or stitching jeans for export to America.
Once again, Burundi is spiraling toward civil war.
Developing nations are getting tired of renting women's bodies to Westerners.
As Zika spreads, a Brazilian lawmaker is pushing for harsher jail sentences for abortions in cases of microcephaly.
Struggling to distance himself from his ousted predecessor Tony Abbott while at the same time appeasing his critics within the conservative government, Turnbull began using the phrase “continuity and change” this week to describe his administration.
“It’s going to be an explosion, emotionally. I’m curious about how everyone’s going to behave when we see these symbols of the forbidden in front of us at last.”
Over the past five years, several Chinese judges have found themselves killed by people dissatisfied by the justice meted out in the courtroom.
Peruvian fashion photographer Rodrigo Diaz had models pose like the victims of terrorist attacks. For some reason, though, he didn't expect to get such a negative reaction.
A judge has stopped, for now, a drive by Brazil's former president to serve as chief of staff to his successor. Protests also broke out against the plan.