Leaks and Hacks
Greek banks could run out of cash in next two days: sources
'Scantily dressed' J-Lo offends Moroccan prime minister
The company that brought you the ‘poop cruise’ is now sailing for Cuba
'Real risk' of famine in Yemen as death toll passes 3,000
Syrian Kurds battle IS as US steps up air war
Britain pays tribute to 7/7 victims 10 years after London bombings
Greece's Tsipras to address European Parliament
Prosecutors seek 3-year jail term for 'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz'
Iran talks miss new deadline, set to go to end of week
Pope urges Latin America to find unity through common faith
The debt crisis is destroying Greece's fledgling startup industry
Try cashing a check or paying an international vendor. Impossible.
Israel and Palestine
Hundreds of kids died in Gaza’s war. The ones who survived are living a nightmare
Last year’s war with Israel wasn’t just a horrific summer of violence.
Russian police just published a guide to taking selfies without killing yourself
People are seriously injuring themselves taking selfies.
Watch the trailer for 'When Terror Gets Old,' GlobalPost's new documentary
At a time when it feels like Britain and the US are waging an endless war on terror, Northern Ireland is a reminder that all wars end eventually.
What Hemingway has to do with drunk foreign guys who flock to Spain to run with the bulls
Hundreds are hurt in Pamplona every year.
Deadly car bombs hit Yemen, day after almost 200 killed
US-YEMEN-SECURITY:Deadly car bombs hit Yemen, day after almost 200 killed
Mexico gets billions more dollars from migrants than from oil exports
Migrant workers' remittances have almost bounced back to their pre-Great Recession peak.
Greece doesn't really need the EU
Here are 6 potential future scenarios for Greece.
More than 500 injured in explosion at Taiwan water park (VIDEO)
Footage showed crowds dancing to music in clouds of colored powder which suddenly turned into an inferno that tore through the spectators.
Mexican breaks the internet by turning Caitlyn Jenner and Donald Trump into piñatas
These are not for your average 6-year-old's birthday party.
Diego Maradona is a soccer god. Here's why he’d be a terrible FIFA president
Argentina's soccer legend is as famous for scoring goals as he is for violent outbursts, drugs and financial troubles.
New Blackbeards of Malacca Strait: Southeast Asia’s pirates are getting bolder
Forget Somalia—the seas around Indonesia are some of the most preyed-upon waters on the planet.
India's top university demands your 100 percent. Literally
You thought the SAT was rough? To get a place at Delhi University, you have to be nearly perfect.
Horror on the sand in Tunisian hotel massacre
'When he saw a Tunisian he shouted out 'Get out of the way' and shot at foreigners,' said Wadia, a waiter.
Landmark US Supreme Court ruling legalizes gay marriage nationwide
The Supreme Court ruled on Friday that the US Constitution provides same-sex couples the right to marry, handing a historic triumph to the American gay rights movement.
This is life in South Africa’s black townships, according to a white guy
A white filmmaker has been living in a black township in Cape Town for the last four months. He made video.
France identifies suspect in beheading murder
Yacine Salhi has ties to the Salafist movement, an extremist sect within Sunni Islam, according to authorities.
A drone loaded with abortion pills is flying to Poland. Activists hope it'll start a trend
Women on the other end of the drop — abortion activists in the fiercely Catholic country — will be waiting to collect the pills at a yet-to be-disclosed location.
Forced Out: Africa's LGBT refugees
Inside the nightmares of Africa’s LGBT refugees
You’ve heard about Uganda. But all over East Africa, people are fleeing for their lives because of their sexuality.
Univision will no longer show Miss Universe after Trump's anti-Mexican remarks
That could hit the Donald where it hurts — his wallet.
Pakistan heatwave death toll passes 1,000
Even more fatalities are expected.
Fed up with child kidnapping epidemic, Chinese citizens fight back
New alarm systems, iPhone apps, and death-penalty campaigns all aim to stem the flow of missing children.
Kenya is spending millions to make the country pretty for Obama's visit
Obama’s first presidential trip to his father’s homeland comes after a devastating time for Kenya.
Obama admits US government let down hostage families (VIDEO)
Will a new set of policies do enough to help the relatives of captives held abroad?
White Americans are the biggest terror threat in the United States
Since Sept. 11, 2001, it is white supremacists and other right-wing groups that account for the majority of terrorist attacks on US soil, a new report finds.
Rwandan protesters call for the release of spy chief accused of ordering massacres
Karenzi Karake, the head of Rwanda's National Intelligence and Security Services, is accused of ordering reprisal killings in the aftermath of the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
Over just 3 days, a massive heat wave killed nearly 700 people in Pakistan
Temperatures in Karachi have reached 111 degrees Fahrenheit.
Greece tries to save euro zone from disaster by taxing the rich
But deal or no deal, Greece and its creditors have a long road ahead.
Spanish guitar virtuoso plays Michael Jackson's 'Beat It' like you've never heard
It's hard to believe Miguel Rivera is just playing one acoustic guitar.
US will not prosecute families for paying hostage ransom
The policy, announced by President Barack Obama on Wednesday, changes the way the government handles cases in which Americans are taken hostage by groups like the Islamic State.
Foodmageddon could be just 3 steps away
This report of hypothetical scenarios is kind of scary — and that's good business for the insurance company that commissioned it.
Obama said the N-word publicly. These white US presidents used it behind everyone's backs
Analysis: The president was making a complex point about race in America, but all anyone heard was a single word.
It's time for China and the US to have a talk
The world's two megapowers have not been feeling very chummy lately, which is why it's particularly important that today, high officials from the countries meet in Washington.
There’s a line of Balkan countries waiting to join the EU — and they’re getting impatient
The EU, however, is in no hurry to open up.