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Besides protesting against economic hardship and general brutalities, women have a personal battle with the regime.

Until the civilian death toll stops, peace on the ground remains a dream.

Nigeria’s #ChurchToo moment was inspired by incessant sexual assaults perpetrated by the clergy. 

It's like watching Notre Dame burn, at a planetary scale.

In Narendra Modi’s India, an ominous new project is in progress.

Police and protesters clashed at Hong Kong's international airport on Tuesday after flights were disrupted for a second day as the political crisis in the former British colony deepened.

As silly as some of Johnson's stunts and statements have been, there is an equally — if not more — troubling side to his temperament.

In sub-Saharan Africa, people are really suffering—not tomorrow, but today.

The communities who contribute the least to rising greenhouse gas emissions bear the largest burden of climate change.

As the first U.N. reports on the Rohingya crisis were written, it became apparent that the crime that would be hardest to prosecute was rape.