President Evo Morales' bid to remain president for the 20 uninterrupted years failed. Is that a sign that Latin America's leftist "pink tide" is ceasing to flow?
Hamburg bans the devices from government offices.
IndiaMart sells legal items, too, but you can find all kinds of stuff there. Careful, though. Some "dealers" are outright scams.
Given President Nicolás Maduro is already fighting for his political survival, it might seem crazy of him to meddle with such a sensitive issue as the cost of gas. Venezuelans are already dealing with triple-digit inflation.
Vietnamese newspaper Thanh Nien News reported Hue paid a 27-year-old male inmate at the jail 50 million Vietnamese dong, or roughly $2,300, to supply her with his semen and syringes. She then successfully impregnated herself.
In the courtyards of Kilis' cafes and restaurants, Syrian refugees drink tea without fear of bombs raining down.
Now the People’s Republic of China can do more than tell American pilots to buzz off. It can more easily blow them right out of the sky.
The 'cashless future' is closer than ever, but cash-loving Germans are not happy about it.
They may have tried, but the truth just wasn't out there.
New Catholic bishops are still being taught they’re not obliged to report cases of child abuse by priests to the police. And abuse survivors serving on a papal commission weren't consulted about that decision.