Yemeni journalist Adel al-Hasani was released from jail on Sunday after a nearly 6-month imprisonment, his lawyer Liza Manaa Saeed told CNN.
Disturbing video clips show students kidnapped from a college in Nigeria's northwest Kaduna state being held at gunpoint and beaten with a whip by their abductors emerged on Saturday.
Indian climate campaigner Disha Ravi revealed she never imagined her activism would see her jailed in her first statement since her controversial arrest and detention last month.
Former Bolivian interim President Jeanine Áñez was arrested on Saturday after the country's Attorney General's Office issued arrest warrants the previous day against Áñez and five ministers from her former cabinet.
When Dr. Swaiman Singh boarded a flight to India last December, he thought he would be there for a week, tops.
Tanzania's Prime Minister has dispelled rumors about President John Magufuli's health after days of wide speculation that he was ill with Covid-19.
China on Friday said it was "deeply concerned" by what it described as the Australian government's operation of offshore detention centers, and called for the sites to be closed immediately.
The state of Karnataka, located in southwest India, is known for its silk. Mulberry trees grow in abundance, feeding silkworms and a centuries-old textile industry. But while silkworms prosper here, many people in the industry do not.
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Prominent journalists in the United Kingdom have dismissed claims by one of their own industry bodies that the British press does not have a problem with racism.
Desperate to save their economies from complete collapse, governments borrowed unprecedented amounts of money on the cheap to support workers and businesses during the pandemic. Now, with recovery in sight, a big risk looms: interest payments.
In September, Timnit Gebru, then co-leader of the ethical AI team at Google, sent a private message on Twitter to Emily Bender, a computational linguistics professor at the University of Washington.
Britain's exports to Europe collapsed in January as companies grappled with new terms of trade following Brexit.
The Perseverance rover is sending back the sounds of Mars -- and it's contributing to the soundtrack.
Kenichi Kurosawa clung precariously to a tree as the water rose around him, entirely flooding the roads below.
A devastating independent report accusing China of across-the-board genocide in Xinjiang leaves the rest of the world with two questions: What to do, and will it make any difference?