The UAE, site of this year's UN climate talks, forbids protests, something that has happened at previous summits. In Dubai, protests are happened but they are highly restricted.
Liz Magill's resignation comes days after congressional testimony by her and other university presidents drew fierce backlash. Lawmakers and groups hailed her resignation.
The health organization's director-general says needed humanitarian aid isn't possible without a cease-fire but the resolution provides a platform to build from.
Amini's family was attempting to board a flight to France to collect the prize, but authorities told them that they aren't allowed to leave Iran. Their passports were also confiscated.
Philippine officials said blasts from a high-pressure water cannon seriously endangered the lives of a supply boat's crew a day after a similar attack in another disputed area.
Cyberfraud is considered human trafficking's newest form of exploitation, according to the global crime-fighting organization. Victims are largely found in Southeast Asia and Latin America.
As economist Javier Milei assumes Argentina's presidency, the nation wonders which version of the anti-establishment crusader will govern.
The International Olympic Committee says that qualifying athletes from the two countries will be allowed to compete in the Paris Games as "Individual Neutral Athletes."
The Biden administration said it has approved the emergency sale of nearly 14,000 rounds of ammunition worth more than $106 million as Israel intensifies its military operations in southern Gaza.
The centuries-old Omari Mosque, Gaza's oldest, was badly damaged in an Israeli strike. An Israeli official told NPR it was targeted because militants were using a tunnel near the structure.
The deal paves the way for legal oversight of AI technology that has promised to transform everyday life and has spurred warnings of existential dangers to humanity.
The United Arab Emirates is a major oil producing nation, and that's drawing attention to the role oil and gas has at this year's COP28 climate negotiations.
The wild honeyguide responds to distinct calls from local honey foragers. Says one researcher: The bird basically seems to be saying, "Hey, I'm here and I know where there's some honey, so follow me."
Dozens of makeshift centers were built and now stand empty. Now authorities want to revive a stagnating economy and attract young workers to cities by turning the structures into affordable housing.
Aid organizations say they aren't getting enough food, water and medicine into Gaza. Overcrowding and a lack of physical security for relief workers are also major concerns, they say.