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From the time they entered Europe from India a thousand years ago, the Roma were targets of discrimination.
When Shazadi Gillani, the highest ranking female police officer in Pakistan's most conservative province, wanted to join the force she had to defy her father, forego marriage and pay for her own basic training.
President Barack Obama sought on Monday to limit political damage from the problematic launch of the government website for his signature healthcare law ...
UK Wikipedia editors have expressed "shock and dismay" at the discovery of hundreds of user accounts set up to make paid-for entries.
A faculty panel in the School of Economics at Peking University, in Beijing, has voted 30-3, with 1 abstention, to dismiss a professor who has been an outspoken critic of the Chinese government.
Although the latest U.N. climate report significantly increases its projections for sea level rise this century, some scientists warn even those estimates are overly conservative.
Microsoft has officially released the revamped version of its latest Windows operating system.
A study on a Jersey site that revealed a significant piece of late Neanderthal history has been published.
A national dictation contest in China has brought out strong nostalgia for traditional Chinese culture in the country now dominated by computers and mobile phones.