Farkhunda, an Afghan woman, was wrongly accused of destroying the holy book and murdered by a mob in Kabul in March. Four men initially sentenced to death over the murder will now serve jail terms of up to 20 years.
“France is dog life,” one piece of graffiti in the port city of Calais says.
Nigerians are using the hashtag to share their experiences of being discriminated against, in places ranging from hotel lobbies to inside their own cars.
The “chance” cards have been replaced with a blank space saying “there’s no chance.”
Nawal Soufi, who lives in southern Italy, gave her number out in Syria while volunteering there in 2013 and now gets calls from people while they’re at sea and need to be rescued.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan's critics are mocking his lavish table, which was shown in a photo of a formal iftar meal at his palace.
The heatwave in the Sindh province, which has seen temperatures as high as 113 degrees, has killed over 1,000 people.
The cabbies have also blocked access to motorway exits, railway stations, and airports.
The country's official news agency asked on Twitter for people to post their summer photos, and they got some grim results.
Athens is locked in tense talks with European leaders over the terms of a financial bailout that has kept the country afloat for five years, with big deadlines looming on June 30.
Over a tenth of boys are married off before the age of 18 in the small Himalayan country, according to a report from Care International.
Flüchtlinge Willkommen matches people in cities across Germany who have spare rooms with refugees who need somewhere to stay.
Nigeria’s Senate leader has refuted local media reports of a $108,000 annual grant, saying the true figure is $2,500, but many people remain angry that the government would allocate any money for wardrobe.
A total of 60 million people were refugees in another country or displaced in their own country by the end of the year, according to the report.
We bet you didn’t think the capital of Chad would be in there.
Justine Greening told BuzzFeed News that this would help tackle the refugee crisis' "root causes" in the Middle East, but the U.K. is under fire for taking in relatively few Syrian asylum-seekers at home.
The London-based photographer Nana Varveropoulou documented life at the Colnbrook Immigration Removal Center over a period of two years.
The East African country is one of the most oppressive in the world, and yet it rarely makes headlines.
Iran is set to relax a ban that has been in place since 1979, by allowing some women to go to selected sporting events.