Homes, infrastructure, and civilians take the brunt of the fighting in Donetsk as the military conflict continues.
Thai king meets PM, ministers easing health concerns
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej met the country's prime minister and two other ministers on Sunday, helping to ease concern over his health after he was admitted to hospital last month.
Mother rescues daughter from ISIS
A Dutch mother single-handedly brings her daughter back from ISIS territory. CNN's Isa Soares has her amazing story.
Aviva says will compensate customers sold wrong annuities
LONDON (Reuters) - British insurer Aviva plc said on Saturday it would compensate around 250 annuity customers who had been short-changed because of an error in its sales process.
Why you should do nothing more often
More and more people are realizing that pausing can help them be more productive.
I'm a feminist, and I converted to Islam
I am a Muslim, but I wasn't always. I converted to Islam in November 2001, two months after 9/11.
Israel charges cop with manslaughter in Palestinian youth's death
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel charged a policeman on Sunday in the fatal shooting of a teenage Palestinian protester, accusing him of deliberately switching his rubber bullets for the live round that killed the youth.