by Justin Salhani May 16, 2016
With Libya's government still new and without total control over the nation, there's fear that providing arms could further complicate infighting.
by Justin Salhani May 13, 2016
Half of the 905,000 people set to receive aid from the UN this month were denied by government forces.
by Natasha Geiling Apr 22, 2016
Secretary of State John Kerry signed the agreement with his granddaughter.
by Beenish Ahmed Apr 15, 2016
“We’ve had droughts before, but never like this," said Mirene Raymond, a 69-year-old rice farmer.
by Beenish Ahmed Feb 29, 2016
A Pakistani documentary filmmaker is on a quest to stop "honor killings" in her country.
by Beenish Ahmed Feb 25, 2016
While the arms embargo isn’t a binding measure, it is sends a strong message to E.U. countries to halt arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
by Alex Zielinski Feb 5, 2016
Countries' advice to women to delay pregnancies "ignores the reality" that they don't have control over when they become pregnant.
by Adrienne Mahsa Varkiani Jan 19, 2016
“This is the horror they face in their homelands.”
by Beenish Ahmed Jan 15, 2016
Many of the reports of violence seem to stem from ethnic conflict, of grave concern in Burundi, which emerged in 2005 from a 12-year conflict that pitted the country’s Tutsi minority against rebel groups from its Hutu majority.
by Beenish Ahmed Jan 12, 2016
"I look like a skeleton covered only in skin."