In the United States, Native Americans are among the poorest communities and have particularly suffered during the partial closure of the federal government, which has now stretched on for nearly a month.
Many Mexican immigrants have been deported back to Mexico from the US. Some find it hard to adjust while others continue their lives as if they lever left.
Ahmed Hussein-Suale was killed by gunmen on a motorbike, police say, with reports saying he was shot twice in the chest and once in the neck.
Experts from Britain's Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew warn that more than half the world's wild coffee species are at risk of extinction due to climate change and deforestation.
Female football fans entered the King Abdullah Sports City stadium in western Jeddah city at Saudi Arabia to watch their first international game after criticism over solo women being barred from purchasing tickets.
Ecologist Jason Van Weenen says bats in Adelaide's Botanic Park are getting more and more stressed. They're starting to cluster in the trees in large clumps, which signals trouble.
Rahaf Mohammed al Qunun says she expects her experience would inspire other women to flee her the kingdom known for its oppressive gender policies.
His critics still welcome the ouster of Tunisia's President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali in the first of a series of uprisings in the Arab region in 2011. But economic woes have left many, especially young people, feeling the revolution is only half-won.
Algerian authorities and archaeologists are now pushing to get the Jeddars listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, in the hope of assuring their preservation and study.
Serdar Ersahin, head of the Istanbul-based association, told Anadolu Agency that Turkey was the top tea consuming nation, according to the International Tea Committee report.
Methodology: Following is the rationale for the numbering that appears on the social cards TRT World is producing under the general title of US School Shootings - 2019.
Hundreds of Syrian families who escaped oppression under the PKK's Syrian affiliate don't want to go back under the terrorists' rule.
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