Facebook is in an arms race with Russia, its CEO told senators as he faced questions about a huge data breach and election meddling.
Ancient DNA from human remains has helped construct a new narrative for human history.
The attempted breakout at a jail in Belem was aided by an armed group which tried to blow up a wall.
Eiko Kadono's whimsical tales have earned her the so-called Nobel Prize for children's literature.
Ghanaian journalist Elizabeth Ohene on her admiration for the anti-apartheid campaigner.
In Bihar state, thousands of men are kidnapped every year and forced to marry against their will.
A link between brain injuries and dementia has been confirmed in a study involving almost three million people.
Ass Malick Faye says he knew "it would not be easy" working in the make-up industry as a man.
New sanctions will compel British banks to sever their ties with 24 Putin associate and diminish the UK’s powerful attraction for Russian investors.
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The maximum penalty for doing so will be four months, instead of five years. The 19th century law has been rarely invoked.
Mark Zuckerberg tells US Congress his firm is struggling to get ahead of Russian manipulation.
Girls in Maryland meet their mothers behind bars and share intimate moments, thanks to a special programme.
Russia has vetoed a proposal to set up an investigation into chemical weapons use in Syria.
The decision to let the prisoners go seemed intended to mollify human rights critics.
The Facebook founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, answered questions from US lawmakers about the hacking scandal.
The lawyers made what they called an urgent request to President Juan Carlos Varela to use his “good offices” in a bitter standoff over management control.
TJ Miller could face time in jail if found guilty of lying about a train passenger with explosives.
The ruling, seen as a blow to the governing Bharatiya Janata Party, effectively ended a father’s quest to nullify his daughter’s marriage to a Muslim man.
In a sharp departure from tradition, Prince Harry and Megan Markle avoided a protocol headache by deciding that no political leaders would be invited.
The government wants to tackle Tanzania's deadliest cancer in women by inoculating girls aged nine to 14.
Footage captures a driver intentionally crashing into a motorcyclist in an apparent road rage incident.
Tehran sets a new, single exchange rate after the rial lost 20% against the dollar in two weeks.
Last year, he denounced the Persian Gulf state as a “funder of terrorism.” But on Tuesday, the president hosted Qatar’s emir at the White House and praised him as a “great friend.”
Two of the ways the United States could respond to fresh reports of a chemical weapons attack would have little effect. The third could be disastrous.
Facebook says about 1,500 users who installed a data-harvesting app gave it access to their inboxes.
Israeli Defense Force soldiers excitedly discuss targeting a Palestinian and cheer after he is shot.
Trapped inside a New Jersey dance studio engulfed by flames, it was the only way to escape the fire.
Nearly 30 White House officials have resigned or been pushed out since the president took office.
The substantial damages cover emotional distress, stalking and physical harm done to the victim.
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