Victoria Nyanjura was just 14 years old when insurgents under the umbrella of Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) ripped away her innocence. For eight years, she was brutalized as a sex slave in the jungles of eastern and central Africa.
Some 75 years later – after a series of recent serendipitous moments and intensive research – five fallen Jewish-American soldiers from World War II finally will be buried beneath a Star of David.
Concerns have heightened for the wellbeing of the “CITGO 6” – five U.S. citizens and one legal resident – who have been detained by the Maduro regime in Caracas for more than two years.
A dream vacation and a stroll through the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel quickly descended into the stuff of nightmares.
As Africa’s wealthiest woman, Isabel dos Santos, battles her homeland in a stunning financial battle over her assets, the former first daughter has hit back with the hint that she might just run for office herself.
The sky finally cracked open atop much of the fire grounds in NSW, Australia this week – the welcome deluge slashing the number of burning fires to below 100 for the first time in more than a month. But the challenge is far from over as the finger-pointing game ignites.
The clock is ticking on the U.S.’s last remaining foothold inside the Venezuelan oil industry, with this month’s sanctions waiver deadline for American companies operating in the embattled country looming closer.
“Things are moving very fast, but the leaders want the U.S. troops out now,” one high-ranking official who was not authorized to speak on the record told Fox News.
A push to reform the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act has gained fresh momentum on Capitol Hill from Republicans amid the fallout of the long-awaited findings of Michael Horowitz, the Department of Justice’s inspector general who illuminated an array of abuses and misdeeds pertaining to government surveillance tools during the Russia investigation.
Frustration and anger have yet again gripped streets across Iran this week, in another spate of deadly protests and the increasing divide between citizens and the country’s religious regime.
Attempts to ban flavored tobacco in California died in the legislature in part over concerns about impeding on a Middle East tradition.