Before the Ukrainian revolution polls in Russia had shown that the majority of Russians were against intervention in their western neighbour's affairs, but the mood appears to have shifted in the last few weeks.
In what appears to be a comedy of errors, US$2.8 million in stolen gold is still missing and the only witness to the caper died of a heart attack.
A new study claims that while most children experience nightmares, those who have them regularly may be at greater risk of developing psychological problems as adults.
For Kenya, which is seeing some 40 percent of its workforce unemployed – 70 percent of those being people below the age of 35 – victories like Nyong’o’s are a happy note in the effort to develop a vibrant entertainment sector.
The report finds that 66 countries, accounting for almost 90 percent of global emissions, have nearly 500 national climate laws on their books.
A growing body of robust evidence shows that countries that have achieved greater gender equality in employment and education also report higher rates of human development and economic growth.
Crimea, today an autonomous republic in Ukraine, has long had close cultural ties with Russia. It is home to the majority of Ukraine’s ethnic Russians.
Today, as water-related risks reach crisis levels, they are changing traditional risk analysts' focus on financial risk.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, while on the road in West Africa, is actively and remotely engaged in helping resolve the crisis.