It's been a difficult road, but that never stopped them.
Today's World Stories
"She's offering us a history of emotions, a history of the soul."
"Huge cache of deadly cesium."
The airline's plan to lay off 2,900 staff did not go over well.
"I've learned a lot of people who fulfill their last wishes can die peacefully."
"[She has] holes in her face and neck ..."
"This is the best story in the world today," World Bank President Jim Yong Kim said in a statement.
In a statement, a U.S. military spokesman called the incident "collateral damage."
That's a lot of wildebeests.
Gas stations are going to have to stock up on Nicorette.
Gays gone viral!
A powerful message.
Living the Swede life.
"A most emotional and proud day."
Saudi Arabia has a very bad record on human rights.
"Right now, 62 million girls are not in school. And what's important to know is that these are our girls."
Yousafzai's trick was better than Colbert's.
"The U.S. has a moral responsibility to lead."
Meet the man behind the "Chinese Dream."
"Everything reaches a frenzy, and there's a manic quality to it."
Over 700 people were killed.
"Jafar, my brother, don't be afraid. When you are scared, remember Allah."