Individuals claiming to represent ISIS took over social media accounts of the U.S. military base on Monday, just as the President was delivering a speech on cyber-security.
The U.S. sent its ambassador to a unity march that drew 40 world leaders and more than a million French citizens. The White House voiced regret for the slight on Monday.
India's appointment of a "Minister of Yoga" is just the latest development in an ongoing debate about who the practice "belongs" to, and who can rightfully make money from it.
On Friday, irate passengers forced open the emergency door of their airplane as it sat on a snowy runway. That was only the latest sign of trouble in Chinese air travel.
Why a 10-year-old suicide bomber isn't front-page news
In cities across Europe and around the world, marchers took to the streets to support the freedom of speech and offer condolences to the citizens of France, following last week's deadly attack on the staff of a satirical newspaper in Paris.
One may mourn the dead and condemn their senseless slaughter without celebrating the magazine for values it did not embrace.
Manuel Valls: "If 100,000 Jews leave, France will no longer be France."
When French Prime Minister Manuel Valls called for a campaign against Islamic extremism, he evoked a much-maligned U.S. campaign.
Michel Houellebecq's Submission imagines France under Sharia law. His satirical take hits close to home for the country's liberals.
The Charlie Hebdo attack could finally change Europe's approach to Islamic radicalism at home.
A satirist reflects on the retreat of free speech.
According to Amnesty International, the group's assault on a Nigerian border town may be its "deadliest act" yet.
A photographic journey into the woods
This week we have Belarusian wolves, snow-covered Roman ruins in Lebanon, rioting in Bahrain, the shooting and hostage crisis in Paris, scenes from the Dakar Rally, a New Year's fire in the Philippines, and much more.
Three suspects related to the Charlie Hebdo massacre were killed and several hostages rescued after simultaneous police raids.
The government is very conservative about some aspects of expression. When it comes to others...
Why the death of Ahmed Merabet, one of the police officers who was killed in Wednesday's Charlie Hebdo attack, is a vital part of the story in France.
The German town of Wuppertal is home to a unique suspension railway that dates back to 1901. The Schwebebahn is still operational today, 114 years later.
Despite the surrender of a possible accomplice, the two main suspects remain at large.