27 MAY 2012-A couple of Guinean origin is to stand trial for female circumcision in France on Tuesday. Although they were put under control of court in 2005 when their two elder daughters were found to have undergone female genital mutilation,
By Sherry Turkle, Special to CNN-May 27, 2012 -- Updated 1130 GMT (1930 HKT)-Editor's note: Sherry Turkle is the author, most recently, of "Alone Together: Why We Expect More From Technology And Less From Each Other." She is a psychologist and a professor at MIT.
5/26/2012-The most authoritative Vatican analyst in the United States shares his thoughts on the Vatican leak crisis-PAOLO MASTROLILLI-NEW YORK CORRESPONDENT-“I can’t help but wonder whether this whole affair can really be ascribed to the Pope’s butler alone
15 MAY 2012-Taking place from 24 to 26 May at the Soweto Hotel in Kliptown, Soweto, the Soweto Fashion Week will bring visitors some of the city's hidden talent, designers with creations that are of international standards and edgy.
By XINHUA-Posted Sunday, May 27 2012 at 11:12-At least six people were injured in two simultaneous grenade attacks suspected to have been carried out by Somali Al-Shabaab in two border districts in Kenya's northern region bordering the war-ravaged Somalia.
Mali's secular Tuareg rebels and the Islamist militants Ansar Dine have agreed to join forces and create an independent Islamic state in the north of the country, the two factions announced in a joint statement on Saturday.
The United Nations continues with its cynical policy of "see no evil, hear no evil…report no evil" in Darfur. This institutional corruption, and active distortion of the truth, works to exacerbate massive human suffering and continuing destruction---with the growing risk
By Navid Mafabi (email the author) -Posted Sunday, May 27 2012 at 00:00-Mbale-Authorities in Mbale District have ordered the closure of all eating places that do not meet minimum health standards following another cholera outbreak that has left three people
26 May 2012 Last updated at 21:31 GMT-UN observers have counted at least 90 bodies, including 32 children, after a Syrian government attack on a town.-UN mission head Maj-Gen Robert Mood told the BBC the killing in Houla was "indiscriminate and unforgivable".
By David Kerr-Rome, Italy, May 26, 2012 / 06:03 am (CNA).- Cardinal Christoph Schönborn of Vienna believes the small but growing number of faithful Catholic families in Europe can win the continent back to the Christian faith.