Brazil’s highest court rejected former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s request Thursday to not go to prison.
The leaders of Russia, Iran and Turkey have promised to increase efforts to end unrest in Syria.
China has increased import taxes on $3 billion of American products in reaction to recent United States trade policies.
The United States Government has begun investigating possible identity fraud among Burmese refugees, a move that has frightened the immigrant community.
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela died on Monday after a long illness.
Now, El Sistema’s new director, Eduardo Mendez, promises to continue the program’s tradition of musical excellence and social service.
Now, there are computer software applications that let smartphone users buy, sell or keep gold, even in small amounts.
She is the first woman in Afghanistan to reach the rank of general.
China says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed during talks in Beijing to discuss denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
But for a growing number of Syrian refugees in Lebanon, marriage has become a trap.