The plucky and the unlucky tried to wolf down as many Carolina Reaper peppers - the spiciest in the world - as they could in a minute at a food-eating contest in New York on Sunday.
UK teachers say poor students continue to drop out of schools only because of their ‘worn-out’ clothes that bring them shame among classmates.
Iranians have held nationwide rallies to express support for the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) following US blacklisting of the popular force.
As the American population ages, abuse against the elderly in the United States has increased sharply, particularly among men, a new government report estimates.
The death toll from spring floods in Iran reached 67 as rescue workers pulled one more body from a river in the Northern Province of Mazandaran.
Scientists have warned that food crisis will affect tens of millions of people across the globe as war, extreme weather and economic woes put more than 113 million in dire need of help last year.
A missile struck outside a hospital in northwestern Yemen on Tuesday (March 26), killing seven people, including four children, Save the Children said in a statement.
Nigerians have staged a peaceful protest to condemn Saudi Arabia’s deadly war on Yemen. Participants called on Riyadh to halt the years-long aggression.
Supporters of the Palestinian cause protested outside the venue of the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference in Washington, D.C., on Sunday.
Iran’s Armed Forces, the Basij volunteer forces, the Red Crescent Society and various other aid agencies have been incessantly providing relief aid to people in the two flood-stricken northern provinces of Mazandaran and Golestan.