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Canada has announced investments totaling more than $4 million to support 278 first nation community projects all across the country. The money will also fund two major national projects: a national commemorative gathering on September 30 for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliati...

Sri Lanka’s prime minister said Sunday that protesting youth groups will be invited to be part of governance under political reforms he is proposing to solve the country’s political crisis triggered by an economic collapse. Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said that under proposed co...

Amid relentless bombing, Inna Levchenko opened School 21 in Chernihiv as a shelter to frightened families. They painted the word “children” in big, bold letters on the windows, hoping that Russian forces would see it and spare them. The bombs fell anyway. Though she didn’t know it yet, ...

The United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) has said it is “shocked and deeply saddened” by the deaths of six Rohingya, including two children, who died on Wednesday in an escape this week from a temporary immigration detention center in northern Malaysia. The group was among 528 Rohingya...

A series of explosions across Afghanistan on Thursday killed at least 16 people and wounded scores more, according to police and health officials. The Islamic State (IS) group's local affiliate claimed an attack on a Shiite mosque in the northern city of Mazar-e-Sharif, which killed at ...

Russia's invasion of Ukraine will have rippling effects in populations far outside the two countries in conflict, especially in the global food supply, experts are warning. The war in Ukraine could plunge millions into malnutrition if governments, donors, and funders do not act now to p...

Yemen’s Houthi rebels have agreed to rid their ranks of child soldiers, who have fought by the thousands during the country’s seven years of civil war, the United Nations said Monday. The Houthis signed what the U.N. described as an “action plan” to end and prevent recruiting or using c...

Women and children living in some of the hardest-to-reach camps in north-west Syria face chronic and high levels of violence and depression, with some women forced to engage in “survival sex,” a new report has revealed. Children in so-called “widow camps” have been found to be severely ...

Women and girls staged a protest near the Taliban’s Ministry of Education in Kabul on Saturday, calling on the group to reopen girls’ secondary schools in Afghanistan. The protesters chanted, “Education is our right—open the doors of girls’ schools!” as armed Taliban members looked on. ...

In a tiny classroom in a migrant camp in Greece, 18-year-old Roya Rasuli teaches a bustling group of young girls how to paint. For Rasuli, it's also a lesson in women's empowerment. "What is your message for women, for girls?" Rasuli, who was born in Iran to Afghan refugees, asks her cl...