Western ideas—which many in the West believe are universal—collide with the ideals of Middle Eastern societies in ways that aren't always obvious.
The UN warning follows an intensified bombing campaign by Russia and Syria in the rebel-controlled eastern part of the city.
Last week, I posted a piece that contrasted the dreams, records, and dispositions of the late Israeli President Shimon Peres…
Why the details of the latest India-Pakistan battle over the territory are still murky—and why this time was different
The plan to tighten the country’s already restrictive rules governing the practice was defeated in Parliament after public outcry.
Cheap jokes about Chinatown from the Fox anchor and his sidekick might end up being pretty costly, in the end.
"@ilduce2016: “It is better to live one day as a lion than 100 years as a sheep.” –…
The upside of the endless presidential race
Conservative politicians have reversed their position against the procedure following large protests in the country.
By sidestepping Trump’s messages on foreign policy and trade in Tuesday’s debate, the vice-presidential nominee ignored the choices GOP voters made in their primaries.
Photographer Aris Messinis recently spent time aboard rescue vehicles documenting just some of the thousands of desperate migrants plucked from smuggler’s boats left drifting in the Mediterranean over the past few days.
Pakistan was barred from the upcoming tournament due to rising tensions between the two countries in recent weeks.
Belgian officials are investigating the stabbing of two officers Wednesday as a terrorist act.
The Security Council says Antonio Guterres is its unanimous choice for secretary-general.
Satellite images released by the UN show the damage caused by Syrian and Russian airstrikes.
The economic journey of a humble German vegetable, from the Berlin Wall to TTIP
How politics infects the country's art scene
Prosecutors said Jan Böhmermann didn't break the law when he recited a poem mocking Turkey's president.
National Geographic Magazine has opened its annual photo contest, with the deadline for submissions coming up on November 4.
The provincial governor says though there are heavy clashes between government forces and the militant group, “now the situation is good.”
Since the July 15 failed coup, tens of thousands in the military, academia, judiciary, and the media have been arrested.