Non-commissioned officer entered the military as a man and had a sex reassignment surgery while in active service.
Court agrees to hear two cases involving electors who decided to go against popular vote in 2016 presidential election.
Court says plaintiffs, who were right to 19 years old, lacked the legal standing to sue the US.
Crackdown on anti-government demonstration kills two, injures dozens as security forces fire tear gas in Iraq’s capital.
Iran Supreme Leader delivers first Friday sermon in eight years as Tehran faces pressure at home and abroad.
Widespread reliance on coal and wood fires has a severe impact on air quality, but this year, more people across region seek government action.
Greek FM claims Libyan strongman will agree to ceasefire that recognises ‘invalidity’ of accords between Turkey and GNA.
US Secretary of State Pompeo says State Department will do everything to evaluate if Marie Yovanovitch was under threat.
World Health Organization sounds alarm as West African leaders move to crack down on huge illegal trade.
Draft now returns to parliament, where lawmakers from governing right-wing Law and Justice party hold the majority.
Officials advise thousands of displaced villagers not to return to danger zone after signs point to imminent eruption.
After submitting his resignation, Oleksiy Honcharuk said President Zelenskyy was ‘a model of openness and honesty’.
Despite change in One Child Policy in 2015, pregnancies have not increased, leading to fears of a demographic crisis.
About 20 people have been killed in protests that turned violent, latest victims were four boys shot this week.
Tribal leaders seeking a way to counter President Jair Bolsonaro’s environmental policies, which they say are devastating their communities.