Some in a Saskatchewan town question how much progress has been made in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s effort at reconciliation with the First Nations of Canada.
At trial in Belgium, Salah Abdeslam refuses to answer questions from the judge as a way of protesting European justice, defense lawyers say.
Mr Trump says that Rob Porter, who is accused of physical abuse to ex-wives, "did a very good job".
Gui Minhai, the bookseller who was snatched from a train last month, gave an interview at a detention center that appeared to have been coerced.
A newspaper reported that Oxfam officials hired prostitutes and held sex parties in 2011. The group fired four people and three quit under scrutiny.
The daughter of a French cash van driver was kidnapped for ransom by robbers disguised as plumbers.
Romeo, a 10-year-old Sehuencas water frog, has been given a dating profile as part of the search.
Muslim women are using #MosqueMeToo to share their experiences of sexual harassment during the Hajj pilgrimage and other religious settings.
Oxfam has denied it organised a cover-up following allegations senior aid workers in Haiti used prostitutes in the aftermath of the devastating 2010 earthquake.
Cristina Garcia, a nationally prominent critic of harassment, is accused by two men of misconduct.
Colombia’s largest rebel group has suspended all campaigns in the country’s upcoming congressional and presidential elections.
Lethebo Rabalago, who sprayed his congregation with "healing" insecticide, is convicted of assault.
Members of the European Parliament have joined the chorus of skeptics who argue that changing the clocks does more harm than good and should be revised.
Both North Korea and the US are making efforts to win hearts and minds as well as medals.
There was a huge diplomatic backlash over plans to keep free Samsung phones from Iranian athletes.
The blaze killed the three children Mo Huanjing was caring for, and their mother. Her case has prompted a debate about trust, greed and inequality.
Watch the best moments from a spectacular Winter Olympics 2018 opening ceremony in Pyeongchang.
Why "over-the-top caricatures" from Crocodile Dundee are likely to help tourism down under.
The former rebel group says its election candidates are being threatened and need better security.
Funding cuts have hit Rio's samba schools hard but have also inspired them to highlight political issues.
The centre-left SPD leader gives up a plan to serve as foreign minister after party criticism.
The capture of two British men in Syria means all four of the IS fighters in a notorious group nicknamed 'The Beatles' are now accounted for.
The asteroid, up to 40m in size and only discovered five days ago, passes by on Friday.
The sister of North Korea's Kim Jong Un shared an historic handshake with the South Korean president as the Winter Olympics got under way.
Respected for her civil rights battles, Emma Bonino’s slogan in the Italian parliamentary election is “Love Me Less, Vote Me More.”
A former Islamic State hostage has said he hopes the capture of two British IS fighters - part of a group nicknamed The Beatles - will see them go on trial.
The charity says it launched an internal investigation when misconduct allegations surfaced in 2011.
Pyeongchang 2018 sees an unusual music selection as figure skaters perform to a hit cartoon theme tune.
Some of the secret code used in Apple's iOS 9 mobile operating system is leaked online.
A Russian train line has begun stopping at a station solely to help a 14-year-old girl get to school.
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