Refugees from Syria’s civil war are remaking the political, economic and religious landscape in the Mideast.
The Post’s Max Fisher explains the tension behind the escalating protests in Ukraine.
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Thousands of Russians rally to absorb CrimeaRussians rallied support Friday for a Crimean bid to secede from Ukraine, with a leader of Russia's parliament assuring Crimea that it would be an “equal subject” of Russia.
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Every March 8, activists around the globe celebrate women’s rights and push for further change.
Sculpture by the Sea is celebrating its 10th annual exhibit at Cottesloe Beach in Perth, Australia.
Alamo ceremony, CPAC, hot tub movie club, Dalai Lama on Capitol Hill, Japan’s “Beethoven” and more.
A look at the lives of some of the women who work in Pakistan’s brick kilns to pay off debts often passed down through generations.
Demonstrators kept up protests in Ukraine as Russia and Crimea moved to solidify ties.
Pre-Lenten celebrations are held from Hungary to Haiti, Cologne to Rio.
Protests against President Nicolas Maduro continue around anniversary of Hugo Chavez’s death.
The annual event sees dog breeders from around the world compete, with one dog going on to win best in show.
Oscar Pistorius trial, tensions in Ukraine, Prince Harry attends Invictus games, unusual fish from the deep and more.
Some remote regions in Nepal practice “chaupadi,” a tradition that isolates women during their menstruation.
Protesters demonstrated in Athens on Thursday against Greek austerity measures, despite a partial ban on rallies in the capital.
Russian troops and pro-Russian militants take up positions around the Crimean Peninsula in Ukraine.
The secretary of state was in Rome on Thursday for a conference on Libya, and also met with his Russian counterpart on Ukraine.
Leaders vow long-sought reforms and say military spending will increase.
Fat Tuesday, Stone Age skeleton discovered in Germany, Secretary of State John F. Kerry in Ukraine and more.
The combat evacuation system that sprung up at the height of the Iraq war to care for the injured is being pared down.