'I am your mother now': New Zealand mosque shootings hit tight-knit Bangladesh community hard
Husna Ahmed was 19 when she arrived in New Zealand from Bangladesh on her wedding day. Waiting to meet her was Farid, the man she would marry in a few hours, as their families had agreed.
Cuban indie artists challenge government at Havana arts biennial
A blustering bureaucrat fills a form out with your personal details and hands you a badge declaring you an inspector qualified to police Communist-run Cuba's cultural sector under a controversial new decree.
How much does your government spy on you? U.N. may rank the snoopers
A U.N. human rights expert has published a draft list of questions to measure countries' privacy safeguards, a first step toward ranking the governments that are potentially doing the most snooping on their own citizens.
Washington asks Russia: Where's your proof ex-U.S. marine is a spy?
The United States on Friday asked why Russia had not provided any evidence to back up its accusation that Paul Whelan, a detained former U.S. marine, was a spy, a day after Whelan alleged he was being mistreated by a "kangaroo court."
Queen sends a Brexit message to UK politicians: end your bickering
Queen Elizabeth has sent a delicately coded message to Britain's fractious political class over Brexit, urging lawmakers to seek common ground and keep their eyes on the big picture to resolve the crisis.
Make your Brexit mind up: EU leader's Xmas wish for May
If Britons would just make their minds up about what they want for Brexit, the European Union will help make it happen, one EU leader said in a light-hearted tweet as a pre-Christmas summit got under way.