The Southeast Asian country's borderlands have been mired in violence since independence. But old norms and structures in displaced communities are changing.
On its way from mine to market, illegally-extracted gold is trafficked from Venezuela through Guyana and is bypassing U.S sanctions.
Two UN officials have called out Saudi Arabia, UAE and Kuwait for not delivering on their promises.
Mom Loses 3 Senses After Cops Threw Tear Gas Canister Into Her Face, Sparking a Movement Against 'Non-Lethal' Weapons in Chile
The use of tear gas and rubber bullets by the police in Chile have seriously injured more than 460 victims during the country’s ongoing protest movement, which accounts for the highest count of eye trauma incidents in the world.
The deputy commissioner of London's Metropolitan Police called the tactic "a complete pain in the neck".
The deal has prompted protests by Palestinians.
Peace talks in Qatar aim to end years of conflict between the two sides.
This time, the experts say, the conflict could potentially spiral out of control.
Doctors are worried the government is playing down how badly intensive care units are becoming overwhelmed.
Chinese state media has accused Australia of "hypocrisy in upholding so-called 'freedom of the press'", a day after two Australian journalists were forced to flee the country.
The government has denied the talks with the violent street gang that a local media outlet alleges took place as part of an effort to reduce killings.
Maria Kolesnikova is a key figure behind the protests that followed Belarus' disputed election in early August.