South Africa's constitutional court ruled March 31 that President Jacob Zuma violated the constitution remodeling his home. A prominent south African Jesuit called for his resignation.
NCR Today: The matter in which National Public Radio edited a recent "All Things Considered" segment arouses concern.
With Islamist insurgencies now spreading fear across much of Africa, peace and stability still look some way off.
NCR Today: President Obama received considerable criticism for his actions following the terrorist attacks in Belgium while on his trip to Cuba.
Rome: "How do you say the truth without wounding mercy? How do you be merciful without omitting the truth?"
HAVANA -- We don't need or want your help, retired Cuban leader Fidel Castro responds to President Obama's recent overtures to Cuba.
GSR Preview: Sisters and activists in Tanzania say constructing hostels for girls in secondary school is the most effective strategy to combat teen pregnancy.
Bishop Paul Hinder said he has "strong indications" that Salesian Fr. Tom Uzhunnalil "is still alive in the hands of his kidnappers."
Commentary: I thought countries that enforce blasphemy laws would eventually catch up to the rest of the world. My week in Lahore and Islamabad changed that.
Commentary: It is also important for the war's victims and survivors' voices to be heard -- to be recognized by the Catholic church as victims of state terrorism and church failure.