“It is difficult for relatives to see incomplete faces or bodies of their loved ones when they attend memorial services, and makeup cannot always sufficiently repair them."
A new unity government finally takes office in Tripoli, after powerful militias had warned it to stay away.
An archbishop says Catholics can't vote for candidates who support abortion rights, and starts a firestorm.
Human Rights Watch calls it the biggest documented school abduction by Boko Haram militants. The Nigerian government denied it happened.
Mobile laundry, free haircuts and other small ways to help the world’s homeless.
President Dilma Rousseff’s biggest coalition partner just dumped her, and the party’s already planning sweeping changes if it takes power.
Silicon Valley is the world’s top research hub for autonomous cars. But Singapore appears primed to tap America’s technological gains and press ahead first.
Chinese officials say property developments with names like "Yuppie International Condos" and "Merlin Champagne Town" are threatening the country's dignity.
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.