Without a bailout deal, Greece cannot pay its bills.
No troops were reported among the casualties of the blast that shook buildings at the diplomatic enclave.
Even at the brink of fiscal disaster, there is little consensus about whether to stick with the euro.
A union built on the principle of binding historically divided nations together could start spinning apart.
The fried-chicken restaurant becomes the first major Western fast-food chain to open in the country.
The purported revelation comes in a new biography of José Mujica, the popular ex-Uruguayan president who was close to Venezuela's late leader Hugo Chávez.
Alejandro Garcia Padilla proposed creating a committee that would work to create reforms, but he said “sacrifices should be shared.”
Investors look for safe havens, buying Treasuries and gold, after Greek bailout talks collapse.
The massive remote-control explosion targeted the prosecutor’s convoy.
Authorities in the North African country arrest several people for aiding the gunman in the beach massacre.
Fifty nations — but not the U.S. — joined the institution, which China vows will be “lean, clean and green.”
The activists on the vessel, which was diverted to an Israeli port, were protesting a maritime blockade of Gaza.
Sport shooters express bafflement about the lack of U.S. controls in the wake of the Charleston killings.
The bid to stem panic comes as the nation’s battle to stay on the euro appeared to be nearing an end.
She begins her visit in New York, meeting with bankers as she seeks foreign investments.
Iran’s foreign minister flew home for consultations Sunday; U.S. officials hope the move could prove fruitful.
Israeli doctors called the bill to allow the procedure “insane.”
Military prosecutors earlier this year learned about a large cache of images of the agency’s prisons.
Turkey’s parliament has failed to elect its new speaker after two rounds of voting that were being watched for an early indication of the Turkish parties’ strength in the coalition-building process.
The young college student that murdered 38 tourists in a Tunisian seaside resort was in a jihadi training camp in western Libya at the same time as the two attackers who hit the national museum in March, a top security official said Tuesday.
The latest news on a suicide attack in the Afghan capital targeting a NATO convoy on the Kabul airport road, near the U.S. Embassy.
Iran has significantly cut its stockpile of uranium that could be used for weapons, diplomats said Tuesday.
Major powers, Iran agree to extend nuclear talks until July 7.
Syrian government forces retook a neighborhood from Islamic State fighters in a northeastern city on Tuesday, days after it was captured by the extremists, state TV reported.