Surrounded by students who would later leave Croatia in pursuit of more successful jobs, Ljudmila Mihajlović and Maja Žirovčić never dreamed that their hobby would one day become a business.
The global youth unemployment rate has returned to a level close to its all-time high, according to new data from the International Labor Organization.
A World Bank-funded development in Tanzania may push out the indigenous people of the area. Here is a look at those facing eviction.
King Abdullah of Jordan has told the BBC that his country has reached saturation point in its ability to take in and care for Syrian refugees. Speaking ahead of an international donors conference in London on Thursday, King Abdullah said Jordan could not continue to accept refugees unless it received more support, including help to create more jobs for Jordanians. The country has accepted hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees; together with unregistered migrants and Syrians there before the conflict, they make up 20 percent of the population.
The first millennials were born in 1980, the same year the Soviets invaded Afghanistan. This generation of Afghans has only known war, but is also better educated than any prior generation and represents the country's future. Correspondent Jean MacKenzie, who lives and works in Afghanistan, profiles millennials in politics, business, education and the arts to understand the legacy of conflict and hope for a stronger society.
Two leaders and their different stands on solving climate change bracket historic talks in Paris.
The Internet's governing body has struggled to transition into an independent operation.
Public health officials agree that the next disease outbreak of infectious disease is imminent. The question is, which one?
What the fall of Kunduz tells us about Afghanistan’s current reality.
For years, the Catholic Church was beleaguered across Cuba, but with Pope Francis, many now see an opportunity for Cuban Catholics to build a freer future.