Knox, who is not in Italy for the hearing, is confident in the Italian legal system and hopes one day to return to Italy as a free woman, her lawyer, Luciano Ghirga, said Monday.
Saran Kaba Jones joined a number of state and private efforts to rebuild Liberia by setting up FACE Africa, a U.S.-based non-profit organization that's working to provide access to clean drinking water in Liberia's rural communities, where running water and sewage infrastructure is often a rare luxury.
(CNN) -- For almost 30 years, Abdullah Ocalan called for his people to wage war against the Turkish state.
(CNN) -- Operation Ocean Shield began life in 2008 as a United Nations-mandated mission to escort World Food Program ships through the Red Sea, one of the busiest waterways in the world. It later evolved into its current iteration, helping to drive down the frequency and success of piracy attacks.
Ben Emmerson a special reporter for the United Nations says U.S. drone strikes are killing farmers and other civilians in Pakistan. He says there is no justification for the strikes in international law.
The Vatican pushed back Friday against accusations against Pope Francis for his actions amid Argentina's military dictatorship that have resurfaced since his election two days ago.
About 6,000 dead, bloated pigs have been pulled so far from the river that flows through the center of Shanghai. And Chinese officials say they expect to find more carcasses in the river -- but they insist the city's water is fine.
The number of Syrians who have fled their country since the civil war began almost two years ago reached 1 million Wednesday, the U.N. refugee agency said.