At least according to a scientist interviewed by an Iranian state news agency.
A century ago, soldiers at on the Western front of World War I marked a somber, moving Christmas together
Some takeaways from The Washington Post’s exclusive sit-down with the Sudanese leader.
The reasons why the Grand Canal of Nicaragua may be a calamitous pipe dream for all involved
Many hope the horrifying terror assault in Peshawar will be the moment Pakistan wakes up and confronts the extremists in its midst.
Tony Abbott has drawn criticism for making comments that many deem backward and misogynistic.
How the population of Israel’s settlements in the West Bank have boomed during the tenure of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The U.S.’s two bogeymen of the moment may hang out next year.
Ajnad Misr sees its new designation as a “blessing.“
Iranians on social media hope the thaw between Washington and Havana has positive implications for their own country.