The toppling of a Lenin statue on Sunday could reflect growing Ukrainian anger toward the Kremlin.
A celebration of golfing success mistaken for a pledge of allegiance to Islamist extremists.
Fresh anger rises in cities where Russia once held sway.
Spain says prostitution and illegal drugs brought in $12 billion to its economy in 2013.
Muslims tweet their frustration over the assumption of collective responsibility.
Ankara takes a backseat to an intervention in its backyard.
The global legacy of Scotland's defeated "Yes" campaign.
There's plenty up for grabs even though the Scots did not vote for independence.
A speech from Gordon Brown is said to have turned the tide in Thursday's referendum.
"This means a few percent might have been massaged in favor of British unity."