In Paris, the U.S.-led coalition discussed the Ramadi crisis, but no major shifts in strategy emerged.
The consequences of a potential financial collapse in Greece are now just as geopolitical as economic.
The Chinese government, ever wary of public outrage, has been trying to control the narrative.
He resigned in 2006 after admitting he was an alcoholic. His death brought tributes from across politics.
Mr. Parizeau nearly led the French-speaking province out of Canada during a 1995 referendum.
The oil-rich kingdom is asserting a stronger role in the region amid fear of weakening support from the U.S.
Militants have recently stepped up operations in what has been one of the country’s most stable areas.
Rebels are seeking international help to help counter an attack that could mark a new direction in Syria’s war.
Solar Impulse 2 makes an unscheduled stop in Japan to await better weather for Hawaii leg.
Russia’s foreign minister accused the European Union of ethical breaches of diplomatic norms in news leaks.
Why the Vatican pays so much attention to the less-than-devoted communist nation.
The secretary of state suffered a broken right femur. He will remain hospitalized in Geneva overnight.
Waiting in long lines for just about everything is an inescapable fact of life on the island.
The speedy prosecution of 49 people in the mob killing of a woman raises questions about fairness.
The list includes politicians and other high-ranking people, whose reactions ranged from anger to satisfaction.
Mr. Katriuk was said to have served with the SS in Eastern Europe during World War II.
Indonesia has raised the alert status of Sinabung volcano in the western part of the country to the highest level following a sharp increase in activity, an official said Wednesday.
The second-in-command of Yemen’s Shiite rebels has assailed Saudi-led airstrikes targeting his fighters but insists they are ready to travel to Geneva for U.N.-mediated peace talks on resolving the country’s crisis.
An independent Afghan anti-corruption body lashed out at the government on Wednesday, saying that nepotism plays a critical role in getting a job as a diplomat in the country’s Foreign Affairs Ministry.
Buckingham Palace has taken the unusual step of confirming that Queen Elizabeth II went to a hospital for her annual medical checkup after social media comments touched off speculation on her health.
The space once housed weapons and motorbike factories. Today, it is Warsaw’s Soho Factory, a hip new space of exhibitions, offices and restaurants.
Amnesty International say Nigerian military abuses are responsible for the deaths of some 8,000 people in its fight against Boko Haram extremists and names senior officers that should be investigated for alleged war crimes.