Today's World Stories
This protest just got up close and personal.
But don't worry, North Korea says it's totally just a peaceful satellite launch.
Emergency personnel continued to pull survivors from wreckage on Saturday night.
"I don't see how anyone could be silent about it."
There's no end in sight.
Authorities suggested terrorist network al-Shabaab is responsible.
It's never bean *this* bad.
A different perspective. Literally.
Like Billy Elliot... except with a hijab.
Add these destinations to your 2016 bucket list.
According to survivor Alamin Bakura, he could hear the sounds of children burning to death as the attack went on.
The girl later told a team of specialists she invented the story to avoid getting in trouble.
The crowd beat migrants and handed out leaflets threatening refugee children with "the punishment they deserve."
"Even if there was a man and woman kissing on the front page they would not have allowed it."
Once the bastion of tolerance, things are starting to change.
Yet another tragedy.
Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, and also all of their stuff.
The GOP frontrunner could make America hated again.
The WHO expects the Zika virus to spread in the Americas. Here are the countries already affected.
More than 300,000 signed a petition supporting the move.
The numbers of cases are rising.