Rio Olympics: Medals or no medals, the team of 10 has been one of the biggest stories in Brazil.
The Salvadoran Supreme Court's decision July 13 to strike down an amnesty law enables prosecutions against those suspected in war crimes, but may cause instability.
Rains have come to Ethiopia for the first time in 18 months, but this latest drought is not expected to cause the widespread famine that happened in the 1980s.
Idomeni, Greece -- Overcrowding at a makeshift refugee camp led police and bulldozers to knock down tents and relocate hundreds of migrants.
If Christians and other religious minorities disappear in Iraq and Syria, "pluralism and stability leave with them," the head of the Knights of Columbus told a congressional commission April 19.
Only a "collective international response" can thwart the specter of terrorism that crosses borders, according to the Vatican's permanent observer mission to the United Nations.
The release of human rights activist Nestora Salgado Garcia after more than two-and-a-half years of incarceration in Mexico will be marked by a March 26 rally.
Editorial: The world community must act to solve the horrific crisis in Syria.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that atrocities carried out by the Islamic State group against Yezidis, Christians and other minorities were genocide.
The U.N. children's agency warned that more than 80 percent of Syria's children have been harmed by the destructive conflict, as peace talks begin to end the Syrian war.