Tanzania’s stigmatization of sexual minorities along with repression of media and political space have caused its relationship with the world to deteriorate.
Jair Bolsonaro's campaign has spread deceitful and misleading news debunked by fact-checkers. Brazil's electoral courts planned to take measures to curb the spread of fake news, but they underestimated its impact, and the measures hardly came to fruition.
A Japanese "cop reality show" chasing foreigners who have overstayed their visas is not a welcome sign for the 500,000 new foreign workers who will arrive to help ease a chronic labor shortage.
The process is estimated to cost $9 millions and some have questioned the practicality of pouring such heavy financial resources into saving a species that is already at the brink of extinction, rather than using the money to protect existing healthy rhino populations:
A group of construction workers in Lima wants women to know they'll be shown respect.
As Trump's executive orders on who can and cannot enter the US from seven countries are clarified, an MIT professor has built a repository to help gain clarity for travelers.
Invitations went out over social media this week, informing journalists about inauguration festivities organized by the “White Star” art collective, which includes several prominent figures in Russia’s pro-Kremlin youth movement.
Jean-Marie Servant learned his surgery techniques in the great hospitals of the world. But it was in Niger, the poorest country on the planet, where he was able to pioneer a facial reconstruction technique that now helps poor children suffering from a poverty-related disease that goes back to ancient times. Servant is remembered by his friend and colleague Daniel Cataldo.
The fog of war doesn’t simply happen; combatants contribute to it strategically.
Taiwan is considered one of the most liberal countries in Asia because of its LGBT-friendly environment. Yet Jacques Camille Picoux's death speaks volumes about how being “friendly” is not enough.