Colombia's FARC rebels begin disarming under peace deal
Colombia's FARC rebels have begun turning in their weapons to the United Nations in specially designated zones. The rebels signed a peace agreement with the government late last year, ending Latin America's longest-running conflict.
Syria's war: Aleppo's displaced angry at world leaders
While talks involving the government and Syrian opposition continue in Geneva, on the ground civilians continue to suffer. One week into the talks, the possibility of a resolution remains uncertain.
Local language policy stirs debate in Zimbabwe's schools
The government in Zimbabwe has introduced a new school curriculum to teach children in their first language instead of in English. But some parents and teachers fear the policy will limit children's chances of getting jobs.
Protests in London as MPs debate Trump's UK visit
Thousands of protesters gathered in London on Monday as British MPs debated the government's decision to invite US President Donald Trump on a state visit.
UN representative commends Borno government over rebuilding efforts.
UN representative commend's Borno government over rebuilding efforts.
Germans worry about long-term impact of refugee influx
Opinion polls in Germany suggest that many people are uneasy about the number of refugees the country has taken in. The government has spent billions of euro to help newly-arrived refugees adapt.
Police denies stopping Tuface's anti-government protest
Police Denies Stopping Tuface's Anti-Government Protest.
Brexit bill clears first legal hurdle
A law allowing Prime Minister Theresa May to trigger Britain's exit from the European Union cleared its first legislative hurdle on Wednesday, paving the way for the government to launch divorce talks by the end of March.