The move from Syria to Texas was sure to be difficult, but Maryam had no idea how tough it would be.
No helmets, no roll cage and 60 miles per hour.
The election—a test of the Catholic Church’s grip on the country—will determine whether Irish women will continue to be shamed and coerced if they don’t want to carry their pregnancies to term.
Rudy Gobert will block your shitty layups; he doesn't care who you are.
The Estonian government announced in March that it would offer free genetic testing to 100,000 citizens as a part of its national personalized medicine program.
Like mobile phones that have bypassed the need for a cabled telephone infrastructure, some engineers, designers and humanitarian workers argue not for better sewage systems, but for smarter toilets.
North Korea appears to have blown up tunnels at its only nuclear test site, in a move to reduce regional tensions.
Vice foreign minister says nation will not "beg the US for dialogue" and threatens America will "taste an appalling tragedy."
Comparing salaries between countries is comparing apples to oranges. That's why we appreciate this smart, well-designed graph of take-home pay around the world.
Reuters photographer Thomas Peter traveled to Mongolia's Khovsgol Aimag, near the village of Tsagaannuur, to spend time with several Dukha families, as their traditional culture is facing serious challenges.
Columnists and politicians decrying the decline of the West can't seem to define what it is they're defending. The entire concept was developed for a very particular historical moment.
Yukitaka Yamaguchi sources and sells some of the world's best fish.
Nigeria is facing catastrophic levels of opioid addiction — and no one seems to know how to stop it.
A tale of intrigue on the Arctic border — and a new confrontation with Russia.
Charles was abandoned by his father and watched his mother die of starvation. His life was one of desperation and pain until he managed to flee across the border.
The unidentified marine carcass has made the beach rather unpleasant.
During those times, the baby population of Antartica began to climb from 0 to 11.
Oh, do the Brits love their regalia and pomp.
How the death of a talented young Palestinian writer brought to light a sharp rise in suicides.
Ebola is back, but this time an experimental vaccine could stop the outbreak.
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