Sana Hamze knew it would be controversial when she asked The Citadel, the historic military college in South Carolina, for an exception to the uniform rule: She wanted to wear a hijab because of her faith.
China and Africa are "good brothers" and China respects all people regardless of race, the government said on Monday after a detergent maker apologised for an advert showing a black man bundled into a washing machine that many called racist.
A brother of Hitler's who was thought to be older was actually younger and died within days, raising questions about how his death might have affected the future leader of Nazi Germany, a historian said in comments published on Monday.
EU leaders promoting utopian "illusions" of a united Europe have lost touch with its peoples and risk losing out to eurosceptic populists bent on breaking up the bloc, European Council President Donald Tusk said on Monday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani were among several world leaders who wished Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif ahead of his open-heart surgery at a hospital in the UK today.
Government is working on a mobile application which will give access to over 1,000 services from Centre and state governments and would be launched by December 2016, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Monday.