Allison Jackson is a GlobalPost writer based in Mexico.
“It is difficult for relatives to see incomplete faces or bodies of their loved ones when they attend memorial services, and makeup cannot always sufficiently repair them."
Investors reacted to the deadly terrorist attacks in Brussels on Tuesday with predictable swiftness. But it didn’t take long for calm to return. Here's why.
Few things are more threatening to security and the global economy than Donald Trump winning the US presidency, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit.
That's almost equivalent to the combined populations of New York City and Los Angeles.
Nearly half of the country’s 300,000 holy men are believed to be obese and suffering from chronic diseases, a study has found.
Nearly half of the country's monastic order is obese, a study has found.
In a statement intended to “set the record straight” about critics' “emotive and inflammatory claims” about conditions inside Australia's controversial offshore detention centers, according to some who saw it, Department of Immigration and Border Protection Secretary Michael Pezzullo appeared to question whether Nazi atrocities actually happened.
Australia's immigration and border security agency was trying to defend its much-criticized, offshore detention camps for migrants. It created an entirely new controversy, instead.
More than 100 years after the first International Women's Day, one thing hasn't changed: The world has a long way to go.
As the European Union tightens restrictions on migrants wanting to enter the region, European travelers are enjoying the freest movement in the world.