According to an assessment by Unesco, at least 34 million children in conflict-hit nations are currently out of school.
A Justice Department summary report said that police crowd-control tactics only served to "exacerbate tensions between protesters and the police."
The U.S. State Department said that Bahrain had made major progress in improving its human rights record, but rights groups refuted the claim.
A corpse reportedly tested positive for the virus, weeks after Liberia was declared free of Ebola, which killed over 4,000 people in the West African country.
Madrid prosecutors have asked a court to charge 27 people with money laundering, fraud and other crimes.
Puerto Rico Gov. Alejandro García Padilla said it's imperative that San Juan restructure its debt to stave off default.
“You’ll probably see more flags go up in different places," warns a man opposed to removing Confederate symbols.
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