A year at war with the Islamic State
Nine hours battling death at sea off the Libyan coast
Italy arrests ten traffickers over migrant boat deaths
Children among 71 migrants found dead in truck in Austria
Philippines seeks 'real-time' U.S. help in disputed South China Sea
IS kills two generals in Iraq, advances in Syria
Poland to store U.S. military equipment from mid-2016: PAP agency
Obama lauds New Orleans' progress since Katrina, says more to be done
Greek PM says request fresh mandate to move forward, Grexit never our option
Wall St rallies but markets still gripped by China fears
The secret to saving India's plummeting camel population: Legalize their slaughter
A population of more than a million has dropped by more than 80 percent thanks in part to well-meaning laws.
This image of a Syrian refugee and his daughter went viral. Then the donations came pouring in
The picture of a single father selling pens by the side of the road prompted a wave of donations on social media.
The river of migrants is bloody and unending
200 migrants drowned off Libya. The death count from that poultry truck in Austria is up to 71. Different groups in different countries. What they had in common was a dream.
How Syrians stay hopeful in the face of civil war
Commentary: There is more to Syria’s current story than shocking stats and Islamic State horrors.
The migration crisis threatens the 'soul' of Europe. Here are 6 figures that explain why
Europe is struggling to cope with the influx of so many people in such a short period of time.
Trash talk trumps civility on the 2016 campaign trail
'If you wrestle with a pig, two things happen. You get dirty, and the pig enjoys it.'
Children among 71 migrants found dead in truck in Austria
US-EUROPE-MIGRANTS-AUSTRIA-POLICE:Children among 71 migrants found dead in truck in Austria
Europe's refugee response is totally lopsided
Powerful Britain is little more than a bit player in Europe's refugee drama. Meanwhile struggling countries like Greece and Italy are overwhelmed.
Are you smart enough to pass India's civil servant exam? (No.)
The odds of scoring high enough to become a diplomat are almost literally one in a million.
Hungary’s border fence is not working too well
Now lawmakers are talking about sending in the army.
Virginia gunman was a 'powder keg' waiting to go 'BOOM'
Andy Parker, father of one of the victims, says he will work for gun legislation and do 'whatever it takes' to make sure 'crazy people don't get guns.'
Turkey’s war in the east has killed 60 soldiers in a month. Their families blame the government
Government officials speak of the fallen soldiers as 'martyrs' who died defending their country. Mourning relatives say 'Let them send their own children!'
This is one place you do not want to celebrate your birthday
You would get fined big time.
A female TV reporter gets help from Beirut protesters, Daily Mail sees something very different
A mob attack, or a mob rescue?
US shooting suspect fatally shoots self after Virginia TV journalists killed on-air
The White House said the shooting was another example of gun violence that is 'becoming all too common.'
Extreme satire about Donald Trump actually believable to foreign media
A satirical website reported that Trump wants to deport all Kenyans from the United States. A Kenyan newspaper fell for it. Can you blame them?
Hungary thinks this giant border fence is the answer to Europe’s refugee crisis
Donald Trump, take note.
Trump tramples Univision anchor in 'bizarre' performance
Curiouser and curiouser, Trumpmania rolls on.
Back in the day, this guy was one of Peru's best sprinters. At 91, he still is
Peruvian Hugo Antonio Delgado won the world 90 to 99-year-old 100-meter championship.
Beirut's Berlin Wall moment lasted less than 24 hours
After a weekend of violent protests, a wall was erected around the prime minister's office. It didn't last long.
Indonesia still grapples with the ghosts of communism
Decades after a brutal political massacre, 'communist' remains a wounding slur.
How bad is the Chinese economy right now? That's a good question
No one really knows, and it's freaking out investors.
Russia's famously crooked courts are now going after foreigners
They're foreign citizens who've fallen afoul of the Kremlin and wound up on Russian soil to pay the price.
Last Sumatran rhino in Western Hemisphere is bringing his talents to Southeast Asia
Harapan is leaving the Cincinnati Zoo in search of love and productive mating in Indonesia.
More than 40 cops have been killed in El Salvador so far this year
The Central American country looks set to become the world's most murderous outside a war zone.
The Syrian conflict was destroying Palmyra well before the Islamic State showed up
The Islamic State has blown up the ancient Baalshamin temple. The group is finishing what four years of conflict started.
Zimbabwe lion kills tourist guide in Cecil's park
The guide was killed on Tuesday by a lion in a pride he was tracking with tourists in Hwange National Park, home of the country's most prized late lion Cecil.
Lebanon's got 99 problems and trash is just one
What next for the country's burgeoning protest movement?
'Microbes' are making life hell in Ivory Coast's biggest city
Child criminals are committing serious crimes. The interior minister says they're traumatized, but not everyone's sympathetic.
Is Peru’s new anti-drug policy too tough even for Washington?
The country that's one of the world’s top cocaine producers wants to shoot down drug planes, in defiance of US wishes.
Right-wing American bloggers have a problem with facts about Iran's Jews
Commentary: Most Iranian Jews support the nuclear agreement and disagree with Netanyahu's aggressive stance, but right-wingers don't want to hear it.
Beirut garbage protests met with tear gas and rubber bullets
It's not just about the trash anymore.
James Foley's legacy
Reporting on Syria is nearly impossible at this point
A year after the murder of American reporter James Foley, journalism from inside Syria is hard to find.
Anywhere but Lebanon: Why the Palestinian girl Angela Merkel made cry doesn't want to leave Germany
Reem Sahwil's family still lives in Lebanon, a place where Palestinian refugees like them face great hardships.
Africa has been 'exporting brains.' Now it's trying to lure them back
A common path for ambitious Africans involves heading to Britain or the United States for college, earning degrees at top schools — and then staying overseas.
North, South Korea reach agreement to ease tensions
US-NORTHKOREA-SOUTHKOREA:North, South Korea reach agreement to ease tensions
Muslim leaders are trying to change the way Kenya fights terrorism
The Kenyan government is accused of collectively punishing Muslims for the actions of a few.
Myanmar's tense political purge plays out in Facebook posts
The revolution may not be televised, but it will be shared in a status update.