After months of political wrangling, the U.S. Department of Education finalized on Thursday its highly contentious “gainful employment” rule, a crucial element of the Obama Administration’s crackdown on the rapidly growing for-profit career-college industry.
In his 17 years on the Cambodian police force, Keo Thea has seen a lot. But nothing quite prepared the deputy chief of Phnom Penh’s anti-human trafficking police for the raid on the home of German national Karl Heinz Henning in August
It is not every day that the military chief of the world’s emerging superpower stops by a tiny Himalayan nation. So when General Chen Bingde, Chief of General Staff of China’s People’s Liberation Army, touched down in Kathmandu on March 23, all of Nepal was watching
Before the earthquake, Ruthza St. Louis was an accredited therapist in Port-au-Prince, specializing in counseling rape victims.
To development experts who have long called for a shift in strategy in the Muslim world, it would seem like cause for celebration.
Ireland’s foreign minister met top Sudanese officials Tuesday to press them over the kidnapping of an Irish aid worker in the African nation, the Irish Foreign Ministry said.
U.S. soldiers searched a hospital in central Afghanistan for Taliban fighters, tying up hospital guards and entering women’s wards in violation of local customs, an aid worker said Monday.