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The Irish Traveller community is fighting for official recognition of its ethnic identity and for a way of life.
In the absence of centres for Aids patients, Pastor Reji Thomas opened his home to orphaned boys infected with HIV.
Jake Turx drew the president's anger after he tried to ask a question about anti-Semitic attacks in the US.
Malaysian police say nerve agent found on face of the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
Senator and vocal critic of President Duterte faces drug trafficking charges related to her term as a justice secretary.
Negotiations off to rocky start after opposition threatens to skip opening ceremony over disagreements on format.
In Mexico City visit, senior White House seek to cool tempers after weeks of tension between the two neighbours.
Grieving pilgrims who lost loved ones at an ISIL-claimed shrine attack last week vow to continue their traditions.
Syrian government and opposition representatives are in Geneva for a new round of UN-sponsored negotiations.
A march protesting against migrants is due to be held in South Africa's capital on Friday, raising fears of violence.
President Mohamed, also known as Farmajo, appoints political newcomer Hassan Ali Khaire as the county's prime minister.
Court finds IMF's 2004-2007 boss Rodrigo Rato and dozens more bankers guilty of using undeclared corporate credit cards.
De Lima, a vocal critic of President Duterte, is facing drug trafficking charges during her term as a justice secretary.
Eight arrests reported after isolated skirmishes as teens protest suspected rape of young black man with a police baton.
LAPD says it is reviewing videos after off-duty officer fires gun during confrontation with unarmed youths in Anaheim.
Secretary General Lamberto Zannier discusses the future of the Organization for Security Cooperation in Europe.
Rebels and Turkish state media say ISIL-controlled town cleared, but other reports say street battles still ongoing.
It is time for the US media to acknowledge the absence of people of colour among journalists.
People and Power goes behind the scenes with the Taliban in the Helmand province of Afghanistan.
A two-state solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was in dire straits long before Trump's presidency.