Pakistan Has Ordered Save The Children To Leave The Country
Government officials locked and sealed the international charity's Islamabad office on Thursday night.
The Cop Who Tear-Gassed Turkey’s ‘Lady In Red’ Has To Plant 600 Trees To Show He's Sorry
The photo of the policeman spraying the unarmed woman became a symbol of widespread protests against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in 2013.
Lola The Cat Made A Perilous Sea Journey On A Migrant Boat
An Italian mayor took pity and made sure the cat cleared a final hurdle to reaching Europe, the Italian newspaper La Repubblica reported.
Egyptians Are Anonymously Sharing Pictures Of Their Rundown Hospitals On Facebook
A page set up after Egypt's prime minister paid surprise visits to hospitals over the weekend shows the poor conditions at some hospitals.
There Are Now Laser Buddhas In Afghanistan
Towering statues of Buddha were destroyed at the site by the Taliban in 2001 and have now been rebuilt using light projections.
The Boy Who Was Almost Smuggled Out Of West Africa In A Suitcase Is Reunited With His Mother
Adou Ouattara, aged eight, was released to his mother in the Spanish territory of Ceuta in North Africa. Spanish border police found him in the case last month.
Nepal's Police Are Teaching Self-Defense To Women And Girls Left Homeless By The Earthquakes
The sessions are a response to reported rapes and attempted rapes taking place in several temporary shelters for those displaced by the natural disaster.
Turkish Bombing Victims Still Came Out To Vote, Covered In Bandages
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's party lost its majority for the first time in 13 years in Sunday's general election.
Aung San Suu Kyi Is Getting Flack For Staying Quiet On One Of Myanmar’s Biggest Human Rights Problems
Myanmar’s Nobel Prize-winning activist has been silent on the persecution of the country’s Rohingya minority, even as it continues to spark a migrant crisis in southeast Asia.
This Video Captures An Argument Between A Bus Conductor And A Student In Saudi Arabia About Her Veil
The video uploaded to YouTube earlier this week appears to have been filmed on a bus for students at Princess Nora Bint Abdulrahman University — a women's college.
India's Version Of Instant Ramen Has A Bunch Of Lead In It
Maggi instant noodles have already been banned from Delhi for 15 days after tests on them found unsafe levels of lead and excess MSG. But some people are still like: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Women Are Posting Photos Of Their Backs To Protest Turkish President's Sexist Joke
The campaign comes after President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan made a joke construed as sexist.
A "Pirates Of The Caribbean" Actor Has Gone To Syria To Fight ISIS
Michael Enright, a British-born actor who lived in the U.S., has joined a Kurdish group fighting against the Islamic extremists.
China Says You Can No Longer Smoke Cigarettes In Public Spaces In Beijing
China is both the world's largest manufacturer and consumer of cigarettes.
Nepal’s Schools Are Starting To Reopen After Last Month’s Devastating Earthquakes
Some classes, mostly in the capital city, restarted over the weekend, but almost 1 million children are still unable to go to school, according to Unicef.
The Palestinian Refugee Version Of "Humans Of New York" Will Give You All The Feels
The Humans of Al-Rashidiya project, launched late last year, was inspired by the popular American photo-blog and documents Palestinan refugees in a camp in Lebanon.
Nigeria’s Outgoing President Signs Off On Banning Female Genital Mutilation
A quarter of women aged 15–49 in Africa's most populous country have undergone the practice, according to United Nations data.
Here Are The Rules Deciding If FIFA Execs Will Make It To The U.S. From Switzerland
The FIFA officials rounded up in Switzerland on Wednesday are being detained pending extradition to the U.S. Here's a brief look at the treaty between the two countries governing such requests.
The EU Wants To Pay Its Member States $6,500 For Each Asylum Seeker They Take In
The European Commission has proposed a scheme to resettle 40,000 asylum seekers across the bloc using country-by-country quotas, and to compensate the nations who take people in.
A Nine-Week-Old Bunny Rabbit Was Killed Live On Danish Radio
His name was Allan. He was killed to emphasize how people hypocritically only care about "cute" animals, the Radio24syv station said, but some listeners have called for a boycott.