Syrian refugees trade violence for thirst | Syria

As the sound of bombs becomes a distant echo, many refugees from Syria's war face a new enemy: thirst. For some, the battle begins the moment they reach the border of water-scarce countries such...

Syrian army breaks ISIL siege in Deir Az Zor airbase | Syria News

The Syrian army and allied forces have broken ISIL's siege on Deir Az Zor military airport, state media said on Saturday, hours after US-backed fighters announced a separate push against the armed group in...

Who are the Rohingya Muslims? | Rohingya

Who are the Rohingya? The Rohingya are often described as "the world's most persecuted minority". They are an ethnic Muslim group who have lived for centuries in the majority Buddhist Myanmar. Currently, there are...

South Sudanese, Seeking to Fit In, Stand Out in Australian Basketball

BLACKTOWN, Australia — The teenage boys rush the ball down the court, knowing that the losing team will face another round of the lung-crushing wind...

Protests continue in Hamburg as G20 Summit kicks off

NewsGermanyProtests continue in Hamburg as G20 Summit kicks off Trump meets Putin but...

Palestinian girl dies after being struck by settler car

NewsPalestinePalestinian girl dies after being struck by settler car Relatives doubt Israel police...

Spain summons Catalan mayors over independence vote | Spain News

Spain's state prosecutor has ordered a criminal probe of all 700-plus Catalan mayors who have backed an independence referendum, as Madrid seeks to block the separatist vote it deems illegal. The country's prosecutor office...