Three years after the overthrow of Qaddafi, the country remains unable to combat an Islamist insurgency without outside help.
The operation to "degrade and destroy" the Islamic State shall be known as "Inherent Resolve."
Hooliganism goes high-tech in Serbia.
In all six nations the company examined, a boy wizard leads the way.
Disputes over Iraq have distracted Americans from a more important debate.
A brief history of a provocative word
Russian archives reveal that he was no madman, but a very smart and implacably rational ideologue.
A very short book excerpt
By closing the "double Irish" loophole, the country is betting that tech companies need it more than it needs them.
Though the Führer only lived in the building as an infant, there is concern it could become a shrine or museum to the Nazi leader.
After pushback from the Spanish government, the leader of Catalonia's independence movement has decided to move forward with a "non-binding" vote.
Six months after 276 girls were kidnapped, President Goodluck Jonathan hasn't been able to bring them back. So why was the country so effective in combating Ebola?
Recently declassified records show how both the British and the Chinese benefitted from the territory's unsettled status, even while today's protests hint that it can't last forever.
Agricultural production is at record levels—and that could make the planet less stable.
The statistics reveal a fragile state within a superpower.
Mainland Chinese, organized crime, and business interests counter the Umbrella Revolution
In its English-language magazine, the organization issues a religious justification for its treatment of the Yazidis.
"Homosexuals have gifts and qualities to offer to the Christian community," bishops wrote in a report recently released from Rome.
The country's intensifying efforts to redraw maritime borders have its neighbors, and the U.S., fearing war. But does the aggression reflect a government growing in power—or one facing a crisis of legitimacy?
One foundation's struggle to rescue intellectuals from the Nazis—while leaving others behind