by Kay Steiger Aug 23, 2015
"What I would do as president is I would hit them in Syria."
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 22, 2015
Pakistan hoped to overcome it's patriarchal social norms by establishing all-women police stations, but most women silently face violence instead of reporting the crimes committed against them,
by Justin Salhani Aug 21, 2015
The circumstances and time lapse between those comments and Moi’s assassination will do no favors for Kiir.
by Lauren C. Williams Aug 21, 2015
"Some are petty thieves and people with relatively minor convictions. But there are also serious offenders using this as a smokescreen for their horrible deeds."
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 21, 2015
“These discriminatory draft laws risk fanning the flames of anti-Muslim sentiment,” Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director at Human Rights Watch, told ThinkProgress in an email.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 20, 2015
The story seems to belong in a sci-fi thriller more than the pages of a newspaper, but dolphins actually make for really good spies.
by Alan Pyke Aug 20, 2015
Alexis Tsipras fought the austerity, and the austerity won.
by Justin Salhani Aug 20, 2015
In 2013, then-Defense Secretary Leon Panetta issued an order for women to be eligible for all available military positions.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 19, 2015
Afghanistan's women artists are taking on their country's societal problems through painting.
by Justin Salhani Aug 18, 2015
The government’s troops were accused by the UN in June of “new levels of brutality,” including raping and immolating young women and girls.