FIFA Officials to Be Charged With Corruption Over Host Selections
Numerous top current and former FIFA officials are expected to be charged Wednesday on fraud and bribery related charges linked to the organization's oversight of the World Cup and other international soccer tournaments, U.S. law enforcement officials told NBC News.
Fathia Absie didn't wear a hijab when she first moved to Minnesota about five years ago. The decision to wear one was born out of necessity when she started losing hair from the stress of living in a new environment, she said.
Poorest nations, not just richest, must act to end extreme poverty: campaigners
The world's rich donor nations must increase their overseas aid budgets and reverse the trend of declining funding for the poorest countries in order to meet a global goal of ending poverty by 2030, an advocacy group said on Tuesday.
Kenya says five policemen wounded by Al Shabaab, no deaths
Five Kenyan police officers were wounded by Somali militants who attacked two patrols in rural areas in the east of the country, Kenya's police chief said on Tuesday, contradicting earlier reports that about 20 people were killed in the attacks.
Mugabe family didn’t use state funds to buy a $7.6 million Hong Kong villa — it was just ‘borrowing it’
The cash-strapped Zimbabwean government is to fight a potentially embarrassing legal case in Hong Kong over a $7.6 million luxury villa said to be one of the favourite properties of the first lady, Grace Mugabe.
Half way down the dimly lit main hallway of Mogadishu's Banadir Hospital, a sign indicates the entrance to the delivery ward. It reads: "Women are not dying of diseases we can't treat. They are dying because societies have yet to make the decision that their lives are worth saving."