Researchers hope to counteract the country’s bottle-feeding culture, but critics call the program patronizing.
The Bethesda lawyer’s Punjabi roots could help rejuvenate relations between India and the United States.
On the day the report was released, rocket fire from Gaza was met with Israeli airstrikes in the coastal strip.
French ambassador also predicted negotiations could extend past the self-imposed date.
The expanding U.S. and Swiss investigations into FIFA hit close to home: Russia is set to host the 2018 World Cup, which it was awarded in controversial circumstances.
Footage released by the group shows the ancient site undamaged.
United Russia party plans Soviet-style naming and shaming to bring order to the capital city.
An Afghan official said the four attackers, who may have targeted a small hotel frequented by foreigners, were killed.
To combat declining populations, some rural Japanese towns are trying to persuade young people weary of big-city life to trade in skyscrapers and noise pollution for cedar trees and singing birds.
Jason Rezaian, The Post’s Tehran bureau chief, has been kept in detention for 10 months.
The offensive, led by Shiite militias, is necessary before any attempt to retake the city, officials said.
China says it does not want confrontation but condemns U.S. "meddling" in the South China Sea.
In interview with The Post, Belarus’s top diplomat explains the country’s relations with the West and Russia.
Jaime Rodríguez, profane man of the people, marks a new trend with his independent bid in Nuevo Leon.
Groups boycott discussions with the east African nation’s government, despite push from the United Nations.
After a year of conflict in Ukraine, the former Soviet nation woos new partners but maintains ties to Russia.
Ehud Olmert was convicted in March of accepting illegal contributions from a U.S. businessman.
The event, which was led by Gloria Steinem, was controversial in the South and abroad, with critics saying it aided the Pyongyang regime.
But worries are growing that the government is trying to amend the U.S.-drafted charter by stealth.
The head of the European Union’s border agency says its ships are working closer to conflict-torn Libya than ever but will enter those potentially dangerous territorial waters only to rescue migrants in trouble.
When three British schoolgirls trundled across the Syrian border; when a pregnant 14-year-old ran away from her Alpine home for the second time; when a sheltered girl from the south of France booked her first trip abroad — they were going to a place of no return.
The leaders of Cyprus’ rival Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities have agreed to open two more crossing points across the island’s north-south divide as reunification negotiations ramp up.
Eating onions, lying in the shade and splashing into rivers, Indians were doing whatever they could Thursday to stay cool during a brutal heat wave that has killed more than 1,400 in the past month.
Poachers slaughtering elephants in Mozambique cut their population almost in half from 2009 to last year, but in Uganda, elephant numbers are increasing as a result of anti-poaching measures, according to aerial surveys.
Prime Minister David Cameron met his Dutch counterpart on Thursday as he began a whirlwind visit to four European capitals, pressing his case that Britain needs to renegotiate its relationship with the 27 other members of the bloc.