More than 200 mounds of earth contaminated with heavy metals, notably uranium, lie within sight of South Africa's commercial capital, according to the Harvard International Human Rights Clinic.
Endorsed by the International Judo Federation - the program has been so popular, there are now 2,500 kids taking part in this camp alone and many of them are girls.
It is impossible to bring peace to Syria as long as regime leader Bashar al Assad is around, says Turkey's President.
Avjar dates back to the 19th century and the first known use was at a restaurant in Belgrade. But several Balkan countries now claim the condiment as their own.
King Salman issues a decree ordering for it to become legal for women to drive in the kingdom after the majority of the Council of Senior Religious Scholars approved its permissibility.
New Zealanders go to the polls on Saturday in the most hard-fought race in recent history, which could usher in a change in openness to migration and trade.
Wellington is trying to tackle the issue by boosting funding for anti-suicide programmes but critics say the roots of the problem have not been addressed.
Today New Zealand has more homeless people per capita than any other developed country in the world.
After 140 years of battle, Whanganui River has all the rights, duties and liabilities that come with personhood.
A new study on Alzheimer's disease says that there is a way of screening people for early intervention and it all lies in the way we use words when we speak.
Over 76,000 people have been infected by the mosquito-borne disesase in the first six months of this year, a record figure that far surpasses last year's total of 55,000.
The European Commission Competition says Google has "abused its market dominance" as the world's most popular search engine to give illegal advantage to its own shopping service.
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