Japan on Friday has announced the emergency measures nationwide to confirm the safety of all preschoolers with help of law enforcement officials following the death of a five-year-old girl.
The Israeli parliament has adopted a controversial bill that defines Israel exclusively as the "nation state of the Jewish people," drawing condemnation globally from a host of nations, including Turkey.
A day after dozens of parents were reunited with children who had been separated at the US-Mexico border by immigration officials, the US government faces a looming deadline to match another roughly 2,000 children with parents.
The Arab nation hopes to convince families they don't have to have more than two children, but many parents and would be parents are not convinced. The plans is backed by the UN and US.
Turkey experienced tremendous economic growth over the last two decades, but the number of women taking part in the market is still the lowest among OECD members. How would a higher number contribute to the economy and what are the obstacles?
Despite a judge ordering all children under five be reunited with their parents, there are conflicting accounts of how many children are involved and fears that some may never see their families again.
The US government must provide a list by Saturday evening of the estimated 100 children under the age of 5 who were separated from their parents when entering the United States, a federal judge ordered on Friday.
At least 13 people with albinism have been killed in the last two years, according to the UN. Actual numbers are likely higher. Superstitions or myths about the albinos' magical powers fuel these attacks.
The African Growth and Opportunity Act has been a boon to the continent, but now that US President Donald Trump has put trade ties under the spotlight and implemented tariffs, business leaders are concerned that this too will come under fire.
Italy's hardline policies on migrants and refugees is not a good deal for anyone. Things are likely to take a turn for the worse as the European continent continues its love affair with right-wing populism.
The lack of clarity from the Bavarian camp over Horst Seehofer's resignation raises questions about the future of Merkel's governing coalition between the CDU-CSU alliance and the centre-left Social Democratic Party (SPD).
A small group of people without a country that recognises them are starting to speak up after surviving discreetly in the US without documentation and basic human rights.
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