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Top leaders from more than a dozen countries, including the United States and Russia, on Wednesday announced a ceasefire agreement in Syria as well as a plan to deliver aid to the embattled nation, Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday.

The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for an attack Wednesday at a university campus in the northwestern section of the country that killed at least 22 people and wounded scores, reports The New York Times.

It was the first time the radical group has targeted the world's most populous Muslim nation.

If true, the testing of the bomb -- hundreds of times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945 -- is the first for the country who has thrice tested plutonium weapons in underground nuclear experiments.

The UN will bring together heads of state, business leaders, and humanitarians from all over the world to celebrate Black self-reliance.

For the first time, Pope Francis will visit Africa to further his conquest in addressing poverty and worldwide inequality.

Dutch newspaper NRC is under scrutiny after publishing a review of Ta-Nehisi Coates' newest book with the headline, "Nigger Are You Crazy?

Everyone should know who this douche is. #WalterPalmer http://t.co/oLGGeTMPCu — Dom zamprogna (@dom_zamprogna) July 28, 2015 Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer became “the most hated man”…

After falling short in the Finals, NBA star LeBron James might be having second thoughts as to whether he should remain in his hometown of…

Many of the schoolgirls who escaped the wrath of Boko Haram are now facing backlash within their own communities, CNN reports. Nearly 300 Nigerian schoolgirls were kidnapped by…

Hundreds of women and children rescued from the Islamist militant group Boko Haram are now in military custody, the BBC reports. The Nigerian army has relocated…

Earlier this month, a United Nations report revealed that French soldiers were forcing young boys in the Central African Republic to perform sexual acts on…