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In Venezuela, crime lurks on the streets, sidewalks, houses and now even in churches. Priests, who are supposed to be representatives of peace, have become the enemies of criminals.
by Pablo Hernández
Singer Mahely Ba was deeply traumatised when she returned to her home country, Ivory Coast, to shoot a video clip and civil war broke out.
A new documentary about two Chinese citizen journalists was presented earlier this month during the Human Rights Weekend 2013 in Amsterdam.
When Pope Benedict XVl announced that old age was forcing him to resign at the end of the month, did he know how much excitement this would cause thousands of kilometres from the Vatican?
The fate of five-year-old Lama is a hot topic in Saudi Arabia and beyond. Lama’s father, Fayhan Ghamdi, allegedly molested and abused her, resulting in Lama’s death after months of hospitalization.
The condom distribution debate rages in Rwanda.
“Two years after the revolution – where is Egypt going?” is a question the world is waiting to see answered.
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands is retiring. She announced in a televised statement on Monday evening that she is stepping down in favour of her son, Prince William-Alexander.
Gerard Nijburg turned to crime early, going to prison for the first time at the age of 13. With a bully for a father and an unhappy home, he never felt as though he fitted in.
The young Syrian-Hungarian researcher Omar Adam Sayfo has what some may consider the ideal job: he spends his days watching animated sitcoms.