A new photo exhibition looks at the relationship between Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King.
An operation to smear a nerve agent on Sergei Skripal’s door handle was so risky, it is unlikely to have been tried without Kremlin approval, British officials investigating the case believe.
The US has accused Russia of trying to destabilise Afghanistan by supporting Taliban militants.
Ukraine's former president Viktor Yushchenko says he hopes Europe will wake up to the threat posed by Russia in the wake of the poisonings in Salisbury.
Inmates at La Toma prison in the state of Veracruz started the fire while resisting an effort to transfer dangerous inmates out of the detention center.
Rani Hong was kidnapped from her family in India and sold into slavery. Now she lives in the US and fights human trafficking.
Bernard Poujol believes ducks are the future for rice farms, but he hasn't quite perfected his technique.
Pork, wine and scrap aluminium are among the 128 imports targeted, said to be worth $3bn.
The violence has waned, but a public relations battle has begun over the shooting deaths of 15 Palestinians by Israeli troops at the Gaza border.
The former Catalan leader accuses Spain of "authoritarianism" in a message sent from his cell.
Al-Shabab fighters mount a ferocious gun and bomb attack on the facility south-west of Mogadishu.
Russia has accused Britain of flouting diplomatic convention by blocking access to poisoned spy Sergei Skripal and barring it from the investigation into a murdered Russian businessman.
He may have been spurred into his outburst after a TV report on a caravan of Honduran migrants.
The North Korean leader attended a concert by South Korean musicians in Pyongyang on Sunday. After watching one group perform, he called the event a “gift for Pyongyang citizens.”
Efrain Rios Montt became synonymous with large-scale human rights abuses during the civil war.
Violence and corruption are keeping 3.5 million children out of school, and hundreds of schools remain closed as fighting has spread. Dozens of districts have not seen a high school graduate in years.
An ally of Ronald Reagan, General Ríos Montt began his political career as a reformer but was later found guilty of trying to exterminate a Mayan Indian community.
The officers died during an operation to retake control of a jail after an uprising, say authorities.
Once a battle zone, the traditional baptism site of Jesus on the Jordan River is surrounded by minefields. An operation is now underway to clear them.
Insurgents in the territory suffered their worst day of casualties in recent years, with more than a dozen dead. At least three soldiers and four civilians also died.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his wife have turned out to see South Korean 'K-pop' acts at a rare concert in Pyongyang.
At least 28 million people have applied for a job with Indian Railways after its latest nationwide recruitment drive.
A Chinese space station hurtling towards Earth is expected to re-enter the atmosphere between 11pm tonight and 5am tomorrow, a Harvard-Smithsonian astrophysicist has said.
A couple is held responsible for the death of Joanna Demafelis whose body was found in a freezer.
The UN peacekeepers are on red alert - a call has just been put out on the radio.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu and Turkey's President Erdogan trade barbs over the deadly clashes.
Rebels appear have struck a deal that could bring fighting in the Syrian area of eastern Ghouta to an end.
Francis urged “reconciliation” in the Middle East and pressed for “the fruits of dialogue” to help address tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
He spoke of a people "worn down by an apparently endless war" in an Easter message urging peace.
Same-sex marriage is one of the main issues in a neck-and-neck contest for the presidency.
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