Parents say 20 children have left Charter Academy over concerns about its teaching methods.
Amazon is attempting to develop glasses that pair with Alexa and would allow users to access the voice-activated assistant outside the home, according to a newspaper report. The Financial Times, citing anonymous sources, says the glasses could be released before the end of the year. Amazon.com Inc., based in Seattle, did not immediately respond to a request for comment Wednesday. Wearable technology, glasses specifically, is already in limited use. Snapchat sells $130 glasses that take a short video and post it on the social media app. And Alphabet Inc. sells Google Glass to employers, so that doctors or factory workers can search information or talk to co-workers hands free.
ISIL fighters are now confined in Raqqa city centre, the SDF alliance says as it announces the opening of a new front.
President Carles Puigdemont denounces detentions of high-ranking regional officials in the run-up to independence vote.
Four Palestinian groups allege high-level Israeli officials are responsible for war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Committee to Protect Journalists say government uses anti-terror law to silence and intimidate the media in Cameroon.
Palestinian community of Khan al-Ahmar pessimistic over upcoming verdict by Israel's top court on forced eviction case.
How four young Omani women sailors challenge stereotypes and push the limits to represent their country internationally.
Turkish leader says Ankara is mulling sanctions if Iraq's Kurdistan region proceeds with September 25 referendum.
Israel invented the word Mizrahim to strip Arab Jews of their histories as they tried to do with Palestinians.
Survivors of genocide are obliged to take action when others are being threatened with the treatment they once received.
Families are starting to take transgender children out of schools over human rights, it is claimed.
On September 24, Germans will head out to the polls to choose the 19th Bundestag.
Maria strikes island as a powerful Category 4 storm, inflicting potentially catastrophic damage.
Free speech has become a university battleground. But what does the right to free expression really mean?
Junior economy minister held in morning raid and local government offices searched in run-up to contentious referendum.
The latest episode of the Hamas-Fatah reconciliation saga is not a step closer to a unity government, analysts say.
The findings come from 10,000 young people's views and make worrying reading, say UK researchers.
As a photojournalist capturing the suffering of the Rohingya, I wonder whether our pictures are doing anything to help them at all.
As Egypt's Sisi and Israel's Netanyahu meet in public for the first time, analysts say relations have never been closer.