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ISIS women impose a brutal rule at al-Hol, a sprawling tent camp in Syria

About 20,000 women and 50,000 children who had lived under the caliphate are held in dire conditions at the camp

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam officially withdrew the extradition bill. Protesters aren’t satisfied.

Withdrawing the bill is just one of five protester demands amid a deepening political crisis

As India’s crackdown began, I arrived in Kashmir. It was terrifying.

Weeks later, my relatives and friends are still cut off from the rest of the world

Bolsonaro appeared to mock the French first lady’s appearance. Macron said Brazilian women are probably ‘ashamed’ of their president.

‘For him to have made incredibly disrespectful comments about my spouse — what can I say to you?’

This ‘kosher sex store’ is the first in the world. Its owner wants to help people ‘give sexuality more meaning.’

The Tel Aviv shop is named for the controversial, best-selling self-help book ‘Kosher Sex: A Recipe for Passion and Intimacy’

A lawmaker brought his baby to Parliament. New Zealand’s speaker rocked and fed the infant during debate.

‘Normally the Speaker’s chair is only used by Presiding Officers but today a VIP took the chair with me,’ Trevor Malloy tweeted

Trump canceled his trip to Denmark over Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen’s comments. But the two agree on one thing: immigration.

Frederiksen, who ran her campaign on an anti-immigration platform, is the country’s youngest prime minister and only the second woman

This Salvadoran woman was sentenced to 30 years in prison for the death of her stillborn baby. A judge just acquitted her.

Advocates say Evelyn Hernández’s retrial was a triumph in a country with one of the world’s most severe abortion bans

Jailed Saudi activist Loujain al-Hathloul was told she would be released if she denied being tortured, her family says. She refused.

Saudi Arabia continues to jail women’s rights activists even as it moves toward relaxing restrictive laws

New footage shows Prince Andrew leaving Epstein’s New York residence in 2010. Buckingham Palace weighed in.

Buckingham Palace doesn’t usually comment on scandalous accusations, but has repeatedly come to the prince’s defense