Mihaela Noroc traveled all around the world to show that stunning female beauty is everywhere.
The world seems like a pretty horrible place right now, but don’t lose heart. Amnesty International’s annual survey of human rights contains some sunny spots from last year and the start of this year.
Thailand’s interim parliament passed the law on Thursday after two big surrogacy scandals last year.
The photo project “Atlas of Beauty” took photographer Mihaela Noroc to 37 countries, where she saw endless versions of beauty over 15 months.
Three men have been arrested in connection with the death of 20-year-old Özgecan Aslan, whose body was found on Friday.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration, which saw 189 countries declare a commitment to equal rights for men and women. And yet laws like this still exist.
One of the groups behind the shrine to Narendra Modi has said it will now be removed, local media reported.
“Do you feel any remorse or guilt about the way children are being dealt with?” “None whatsoever… the most compassionate thing you can do is stop the boats.”
Malaysia’s top court made a final ruling against opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim on Tuesday morning and sentenced him to five years in jail on sodomy charges. The ruling sparked criticism of the government at home and abroad.
You’ll never trust a map again.
…And only a few of them spit it back out!
Photographer Max Avdeev reports from eastern Ukraine for BuzzFeed News to capture the catastrophic effects of the ongoing war on the region.
Anwar Ibrahim, who has repeatedly called the charges a ploy to silence the government’s rivals, will now start a five-year prison sentence.
The presidential polls have been pushed back by six weeks because of security concerns as the army continues to fight Islamist insurgent group Boko Haram.
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The 88-year-old former Cuban leader has not appeared in public for more than a year and these are the first photographs of him to be released since August.
Mohamed Fahmy, an Egyptian-Canadian Al Jazeera journalist, could be freed and deported after 400 days in jail but would be stripped of his Egyptian citizenship, government officials said.
Lawyers have filed a complaint in California demanding financial compensation for the woman, as well as a court order that would force the company to put more safety measures in place.
Unicef launched its largest ever appeal on Thursday, calling for $3.1 billion to fund its projects in 2015 and singling out Syria as the conflict zone where the most work is needed.
Syriza, the young left-wing party that won Greece’s election this weekend, held its first cabinet meeting on Wednesday. Here’s an introduction to who its leaders are and how they want to dramatically reverse European Union-led austerity measures.
The court’s ruling has been forwarded to Turkey’s telecoms regulator, local media reported. Turkey’s government imposed a two-week ban on Twitter last year.
Kicking ass, changing lives.
Arabic language equivalent of the Man Booker Prize names record 5 women on 16 book list.
The Army Public School — where the Taliban killed 134 children in Peshawar in December — and all other schools reopened Monday for the first time since the attack.
Manila’s traffic police will do away with potty breaks to honor the Pope round the clock.
IRONY: a state of affairs or an event that seems deliberately contrary to what one expects.
“I don’t even own pants.”
And the rules of engagement they follow.
IRONY: a state of affairs or an event that seems deliberately contrary to what one expects
These swimsuits are experiencing some serious shrinkage…