Over 19,000 children are thought to have been recruited, often by force, by armed groups on all sides of South Sudan's brutal civil war.
Bermuda becomes first country to introduce and repeal a gay marriage law as it struggles to balance public attitudes with civil rights.
A group of British citizens living in the Netherlands hoping to retain their EU citizenship despite Brexit have won the right to take their case to the European Court of Justice.
The leadership at Cornell University, an Ivy League institution, have condemned the actions of some Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) fraternity members during a 2017 hazing intitiaion.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says 384 people, including 94 children, have been killed in the rebel-held Eastern Ghouta region since 29 January.
Matthew Knowles even claimed he dated Beyoncé's mother because he thought she was white.
Netanyahu's government is offering 20,000 male migrants, most of whom are from Sudan and Eritrea, $3,500 (£2,500) and a plane ticket to what it says is a safe destination in Africa.
Multi-million-pound firms are, like Uber and Deliveroo, are offloading business risk onto some of the poorest people in Britain.
Iran executed at least three child offenders in January 2018. Only four countries in the world, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and Yemen, carry death penalty for children.
An artist has started a movement against designs in cities which prevent homeless people seeking shelter.
Two policemen in South Africa are accused of homophobic attack on a gay couple found having sex in a car.
Katie Hopkins claims she has been detained at a Johannesburg Airport and had her passport confiscated on grounds of inciting racial hatred.
Poland's president says he will sign a bill outlawing suggestions the Polish nation or state was complicit in Nazi crimes.
Campaigners, suffragettes' relatives and Tory MPs are calling on Home Secretary Amber Rudd to overturn their convictions 100 years on.
Private firms carrying out controversial disability assessments have been given a £40m increase in funding, despite concerns over the system.
Oklahoma may soon be added to a list of states that give the option of chemical castration as punishment for sex offenders.
Even well-known people have often blamed victims for sexual assaults, sparking widespread outrage.
Majeda Khouri is a Syrian refugee living in the UK and sharing her fascinating story one spoonful at a time.
Women arrested in Iran for staging anti-hijab #whitewednesday protests in Tehran.
Proposal is part of a series of reforms to the nation's criminal code being considered by parliament.