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Second-hand clothing donations are creating a dilemma for the Kenyan economy.
Executive director of Human Rights Watch, Kenneth Roth, discusses the danger posed by the rise of authoritarian leaders in US and Europe.
Rights group says Hindu supremacy promoted by India's ruling BJP party, which encouraged violence against Muslims.
Air traffic, trains and buses halted nationwide after Code Red weather alert is issued for large parts of the country.
Amid Trump's ongoing attacks on the press, rights groups and journalists ring the alarm on declining press freedoms.
Donald Trump unveiled the winners late Wednesday, escalating his attacks on some of the major US media outlets.
The best of Muhammad Ali's quotes on boxing, success and civil rights that mesmerised people all over the world.
In his first year in office, Donald Trump has been quite successful at pursuing his goals.
After the most recent tax bill, Apple will be paying a lot less in taxes than it used to. Some of that money will be spent back home in the US.
Mexicans living in the US have always sent money home to help their families out. In 2017, these remittances totalled more than Mexicoâ€™s total exports.
Fishermen in Britain and France are closely watching the meeting between their nations' leaders, as the two countries attempt to hammer out post-Brexit economic arrangements that will directly affect their livelihoods.
From the #MeToo movement to protests, to more women running for office, the election of Donald Trump, whose admissions of sexual assault were caught on tape, has energised the women's movement in the US.
Reported US-initiated Syria border force is 'misportrayed, misdescribed and some people misspoke', top US diplomat says.
Fiction film featuring Hindu queen romancing a Muslim king to screen after court rejects right-wing groups' challenge.
Pope Francis called for the Mapuche people to be treated as equals, but a Vatican spokesperson said the pope is not in Chile to mediate and the pontiff did not mention the key issue, land rights, in his homily.
101 East reveals the shadowy underworld offering help to the rising numbers of teenage mothers in the Philippines.
Brussels steps up with multi-year funding of Palestinian aid agency after US cuts UNRWA funding by half.
Rain from a long-lived tropical cyclone promises a good harvest for Australian farmers.
While many are disillusioned with the leadership of the Egyptian president, real opposition is sparse and he is expected to be re-elected with ease.
Fourteen Palestinian intellectuals tell us about the way forward for Palestine.