A helping hand from Global Medical Relief Fund for albino youth from Tanzania dismembered in the name of witchcraft
A charity is providing children born with albinism with prostheses to replace their missing limbs – chopped off by witch doctors for use in potions in rural areas of Tanzania.
“It’s the last word in the dictionary and it’s fun to say and it’s fun to spell,” said an eighth grader Samara St Louis from Canada.
Many organisations in Europe and the US have been crippled by a ransomware attack called “Petya”. The malicious software has spread through large companies, leading to PCs and data being locked up and held for ransom.
John Green finally announces follow-up to The Fault in Our Stars: Turtles All the Way Down is out in October!
The US author will release his new book this autumn!
The United States on Tuesday urged China to grant Nobel peace prize laureate Liu Xiaobo and his wife “freedom of movement”.
Top student’s speech had been cut short by principal when it differed from an approved copy.
As Britain faces hottest June heatwave since 1976, a group of students protest school's uniform rules, and wear skirts
The teenage boys at Isca Academy were speaking out about the "no shorts" policy.
News of the second death tied to famed treasure hunt renewed calls for search to be shut down.
Few students lose their shot, and their slot, at their dream university once they get in, but it happened at one of the world’s most elite institutions and for a reason that has, until recently, hardly registered in the university admissions process: social media.
Chinese President Xi Jinping told FIFA boss Gianni Infantino he hoped the Asian nation could host a World Cup “in the future”, the world soccer governing body said on Wednesday, after the two met in Beijing.