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The Latest: UN Libya condemns increase in heavy weapons use

Apr 16, 2019

U.N. political mission in Libya condemns increased use of heavy weapons and indiscriminate shelling in and around the capital Tripoli

Kenyan who gave earnings to poor wins $1M teacher prize

Mar 24, 2019

A Kenyan teacher from a remote village who gave away most of his earnings to poor students has won a highly competitive $1 million global prize that honors one exceptional educator a year

Teacher from remote Kenya village who gave away salary to poor wins $1 million global teacher prize

Mar 24, 2019

Teacher from remote Kenya village who gave away salary to poor wins $1 million global teacher prize

UN: Teacher salaries paid to keep Yemeni children in school

Mar 10, 2019

The United Nations children's agency says it has started paying over 136,000 teachers and school-based staff in Yemen who haven't received their salaries in over two years

Tensions rising after Kashmir attack as gunbattle kills 9

Feb 19, 2019

Tensions escalate in disputed Kashmir and in Hindu-majority India after last week's deadly suicide bombing; 9 killed in Kashmir gunbattle

25 Kashmir students injured by blast inside classroom

Feb 13, 2019

Police and medics say at least 25 high school students have been injured by an explosion in their classroom in Indian-controlled Kashmir

Greece calls for reopening of Istanbul's Orthodox seminary

Feb 6, 2019

Greece's prime minister says a potential move by Turkey to allow the reopening of an Orthodox seminary on an island off Istanbul would help bring ordinary Greeks and Turks closer

India monitoring detention of students in US university case

Feb 3, 2019

India says it's closely monitoring the detention of several Indian students in the U.S. and has urged authorities there to not deport them against their will

India's top court paves way for bars with dancers to reopen

Jan 17, 2019

India's Supreme Court has paved the way for the reopening of Mumbai's dance bars, which had been a nightlife staple in the country's entertainment capital until they were outlawed six years ago

El-Sissi's call on Egyptians to lose weight creates a stir

Dec 25, 2018

President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi is demanding Egyptians lose weight, prompting allegations of fat-shaming and elitism

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