Somali MPs have accused Kenyan forces of refusing to protect them during a a fact-finding mission in southern city of Kismayo.
Myanmar's opening up to the outside world means opportunities for its young people. But they face challenges, too.
US Secretary of State John Kerry visited Jerusalem and Ramallah yesterday, his fourth such trip since he took office in February.
Eritrea celebrates its 20th anniversary of independence on Friday with state-run media describing festivities across the country.
A peek at one of the several films from India at the Cannes Film Festival this year. The Lunchbox, or Dabba screened in the Critic’s Week.
The last two years have seen a series of democratic reforms in Myanmar, with the country now apparently emerging from five decades of isolation and military rule.
In the two years since Myanmar began democratic reforms, many countries have lifted sanctions against the formerly military-ruled country. International aid and financing are once again flowing into Myanmar.
Myanmar is planning to hold elections in 2015. Key to the success of the elections will be a free and uncensored press.
Israel has blocked a planned visit by Paris-based UN cultural body Unesco to Jerusalem’s Old City in what it termed a protest at Palestinian action.
A police film, adapted from a novel, it comes with a well-constructed action plot where a team of special squad police officers have to get a child murderer and abuser from A to B. It takes ...