Shiza Shahid was Malala's friend and mentor before Malala was shot by the Taliban for being an activist for girls education in Pakistan. Now, at 24 years old, Shahid is the CEO of the Malala Fund, working to empower girls across the globe.
Iran's President Rouhani says that the result of the negotiations is that the world powers recognize Iran's nuclear rights and that uranium enrichment will continue similar to the past.
Made by the UN Women Regional Office for Arab States as a public service announcement to shed light on this form of honor violence that girls face in Muslim-majority countries.
Bi-partisan leaders of intelligence committees in Congress report that Al Qaeda's terrorist network has only strengthened over the past two years, calling into question the U.S. administration's narrative that the world is a safer place than it was in 2011. In addition, there are new threats to the U.S. homeland.
Paramilitary training at a high school in Hamas-controlled Gaza is passed off to the press as "chivalry" and "sports" training.
A moving interview with Nagmeh Abidini, wife of Pastor Saeed Abidini, who has been imprisoned in Iran for practicing his religion. Nagmeh is joined by Jay Sekulow, the lawyer representing the family from the American Center for Law and Justice.
The BBC investigates why a British citizen, raised in England, was motivated become a jihadi and join Islamist rebel forces allied with Al Qaeda in Syria. A fascinating look at how a young man become radicalized and how extremist jihadi groups stepped in to Syria to fill a gap left by the lack of international forces.
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