Monday, November 30, 2015
Aneta Moura, who emigrated to Sweden from Greece 43 years ago, says the last ethnic Swede has moved off her street in Malmo's Rosengard neighborhood and youths with nothing to do hang out on the streets at all hours.
The Mexican villagers found the latest clandestine grave among bushes off a dirt path, a short drive from a Canadian-owned gold mine in the country's gang-plagued south.
The tall trees, animal cries and deep shadows would make you think you're in Brazil's Amazon jungle, in fact the leafy paradise Tome-Acu is the work of farmers.
It's approaching 7 p.m. and some among the crowd at the entrance to "the Jungle" in Calais are growing tired of the spectacle.
Sunday, November 29, 2015
Burkina Faso elects a new president and parliament Sunday hoping to turn the page on a year of turmoil during which the west African nation's people ousted a veteran ruler and repelled a military coup.
Vast crowds of Ugandans greeted Pope Francis on Saturday as he honored Christians martyred for the faith on the second leg of a landmark trip to Africa, which he dubbed "the continent of hope."
Outside her home in a town of northeast Syria, 4-year-old Baydaa scribbles on a leaflet of religious rules left behind by the Islamic State group as they fled earlier this month.
Chicago police pressed first-degree murder charges against a gang member on Friday after a 9-year-old boy was lured into an alley and shot dead.
A gunman opened fire at a prominent family planning center in Colorado, killing three people and wounding several in a standoff that dragged on for five hours before he surrendered Friday.