Jokowi has promised a softer approach, but the country’s powerful generals may have other ideas.
If economic troubles overwhelm Hollande's government and buoy the far right, the whole euro zone could feel the impact.
Plans for a six-runway airport with Norman Foster's space-age design could leave Mexico’s president with a major legacy — or a major headache.
The grisly incidents shatter the illusion of security promoted by the official press.
Does this tell us where the next revolution will take place?
As Scotland prepares to vote on leaving the UK, some argue that independence is the best way to address growing inequality
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They just keep speaking out, even though blogging is basically illegal.
Mexico is receiving record foreign visitors. It must be safe again, right?
Families are doing fine, but industries aren't. What will that mean for the country's political future?
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The world’s fourth most common psychoactive habit delivers a potent buzz and lots of red saliva.
Intelligence services have identified the fighter suspected of killing US journalist James Foley but have yet to divulge the suspect's name.
First, Israel warned residents to evacuate. Officials said 17 were wounded in the strike.
The bombings follow a Shia attack on a village mosque in Diyala Province on Friday in which 68 people died.
The feared Russian humanitarian convoy returned to Russia without much incident.
Officials in Moscow are trying hard to reassure their compatriots that life will go on after many Western food imports have been banned.
... the government plans to actually charge money for gasoline. One time when they raised gas prices there was a massacre in the capital.