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ABUJA, NIGERIA — South African and other foreign soldiers in Nigeria are fighting against Boko Haram, engaging in ground combat and flying combat air...

On the fiftieth anniversary of a horrifying incident in Selma, Alabama, in which hundreds of peaceful civil-rights marchers were brutally attacked by police officers,...

Mexican journalists silently march in Mexico City in 2010, protesting violence and intimidation against the press. Credit: Knight Foundation / CC BY-SA 2.0 UNITED NATIONS...

  President Barack Obama announced plans to withdraw most of the American troops assigned to battle the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, and to declare...

Liberia discharged its last confirmed Ebola patient from a treatment center in the capital, Monrovia. By James Butty Tolbert Nyenswah, Liberia’s assistant minister of health for...

LONDON — Nigeria is suffering from a gasoline shortage as falling oil prices have affected the country’s ability to import and distribute refined fuels. Coming...

The family of the unarmed black teenager slain last summer by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, plans to file a wrongful death...

John Block, US Secretary of Agriculture during the Reagan presidency speaks to the delegation HAVANA — The most important U.S. agricultural delegation to visit Cuba...

U.S. President Barack Obama said Friday he fully stands behind the Justice Department's decision not to bring civil rights charges against a white police...

By Nathan James More than 18 months after a young transgender woman was beaten to death across the street from an NYPD station house, a...