After Brazil's far-right president's defeat, his supporters say he was the subject of fraud, and started a debate over whether election officials censored candidates to limit disinformation.
The launch is a milestone in India's effort to foster a private space industry. The rocket, made by Hyderabad-based Skyroot, was aloft for about five minutes and reached peak altitude of 55 miles.
These are just some of the chilling accounts from Ukrainians in Kherson after 8 1/2 months under Russian occupation.
FIFA's choice of Qatar to host the World Cup has long been marred by criticism over human rights abuses, the safety of migrant workers and the logistics of holding a soccer tournament in desert heat.
"Iceland. Better than space." That's the new tagline from Iceland's tourism board. We asked the head of Visit Iceland why her country might have an edge over space — and consulted NASA as well.
As the Taliban government steps up its coal exports to resuscitate a shattered economy, miners are working harder than ever. In Afghanistan, it's often kids who do some of the most grueling work.
More than three years after his tweet, the U.S. government has formally declassified the image from one of its most powerful spy satellites.
From his home in Lahore, Khan told NPR's Steve Inskeep why he's calling for early elections, as well as why he rejects his removal from power in April via a vote of no confidence.
The city of Nador, Morocco is Europe's southernmost border and a gateway for migrants from Africa in search of better opportunities. But attempting to cross that border can turn deadly.