The Catholic Church in Pennsylvania has covered up abuse by more than 300 predator priests, a grand jury report says, identifying over 1,000 victims.
AFP with The Globe Post
The E.U. stepped up its legal threats to Poland over its controversial supreme court reforms, giving Warsaw one month to comply or risk being hauled before the bloc's top court.
Egypt is yet to prosecute members of the security forces over a bloody 2013 crackdown on protesters that left hundreds dead.
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the country's economic problems were the result of internal mismanagement by the government and not just U.S. pressure.
Myanmar has asked Bangladesh to stop providing aid to 6,000 Rohingya stranded on the border between the two countries since a military crackdown prompted a mass exodus of the Muslim minority…
U.S. President Donald Trump said Saturday that he condemned racism as the nation marked the anniversary of deadly unrest triggered by a neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Puerto Rico for the first time has told Congress that its 1,427 additional deaths last year may have resulted from Hurricane Maria.
French hotel and restaurant owners are lobbying the government to regularise more illegal migrants in order to fill 100,000 jobs for which they have found no French takers.
India has ordered the inspection of at least 9,000 shelters for abandoned and orphaned children after a wave of sex abuse scandals shocked the country.
The Sunday earthquake in Indonesia killed at least 131 people and damaged tens of thousands of buildings, just a week after another tremor in the holiday island of Lombok killed 17 people.
Hundreds of thousands of tea plantation workers in eastern India went on a three-day strike demanding a 50 cent increase in their daily wage.
Twenty Afghan amputees, some in wheelchairs and others on crutches, began a gruelling trek of hundreds of kilometres across Afghanistan.
Syria's government is to set up a committee to coordinate repatriating millions of its nationals who fled the country's seven-year conflict.
A mysterious rebel group made up of Venezuelan civilians and military on Saturday claimed responsibility for an "assassination" attempt on President Nicolas Maduro.
Brazil's leftist Workers' Party nominated its charismatic founder Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva for the upcoming presidential contest.
North Korea has pressed ahead with its nuclear and missile programs and continues to evade U.N. sanctions through increased illegal ship-to-ship transfers of oil products at sea.