A young lawyer fights for citizenship rights for all people in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
The role Britain’s anti-slavery mission played in looting African art. And the campaign to get it returned.
Israel’s Antiquities Authority says discovery shows town of Yavne was a wine-making powerhouse during Byzantine period.
Carter is seen as a ‘great humanitarian’ now. He left office in 1981 with a 34 percent approval rating.
As conflict eases, Libya hopes tourists can be tempted to visit the ancient Roman city of Leptis Magna.
Premier history body recommends deleting the names of 387 rebels who fought against the British rule, triggering a row.
Menachem Rosensaft, who was born in a Nazi concentration camp, has penned a poem about Srebrenica.
Personal, witness accounts of four historical events in Jordan, Egypt and Tunisia, including a riot over a movie.
A filmmaker retraces the childhood odyssey of his Polish grandmother who became a refugee in Africa during World War II.
Rebels hold a defiant commemoration in the Spanish capital to say they are ‘still here resisting’.