Articles by Sofia Lotto Persio
There were more cases of measles in the first three months in 2017 than in the whole of 2016.
55-year-old Kamal Nayfeh was punched, kicked and hit with a pole bearing the US flag in Washington DC.
A Supreme Court ruling deprives the opposition-controlled National Assembly of its legislative power.
The video circulating on social media drew shocked responses and outrage.
The video release follows from a UN warning to Iraq and US forces about avoiding civilian casualties.
A draft letter never sent to Kennedy showed Harlech's heartbreak at the rejection of his marriage proposal.
Italian police detained three men and a minor, all Kosovo nationals, in overnight raids across the city.
The bipartisan committee is probing Russian links to US President Donald Trump.
The war in Syria is expected to be a point of discussion in the meeting between the Nato allies.
The suspect has been taken into custody.
Turkish foreign minister plans on raising the issue when Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visits the country this week.
The gang had planned to snatch the body from the cemetery and blackmail Enzo Ferrari's family.
The former presidential candidate has truly "come out of the woods".
The video was released via the islamists' Telegram communication channel on 28 March.
The woman recorded the incident on her phone and the video was watched more than 6 million times.
Writing's on the wall for cultural appropriation at a California college.
The artist will build fences across the city for a new installation called 'Good Fences Make Good Neighbours'.
In the past few years, cocaine has been found hidden in fruit containers all across Europe.
The editor of the newspaper of the year was dubbed an "English Caveman".
Brutal repression of peaceful protests over weekend show regime is not willing to allow for dissent.