The former UN secretary general became a proponent of diplomatic interventions to alleviate human suffering. Annan died Saturday at the age of 80.
From immigration to trade, the interests of the U.S. are broadly congruent with the agenda of Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
The British government says it is prepared to crash out of the European Union—but a warning from its new foreign secretary suggests that isn’t true.
It’s always awkward when he meets with Angela Merkel.
Flowers carpet Brussels, a farewell is bid to Aretha Franklin, abandoned share bikes find homes in Germany, a cardboard Viking church collapses in Liverpool, a bridge collapses in Italy, and much more.
“If there is a chance that I can help, then I’m going to swing. I’ll swing for the fences. I may get air, but I’d rather try and fail than to not have tried.”
The State Department’s Iran Action Group will mostly focus on “nukes, terrorism, and the detention of American citizens.”
For Putin and company, election season in America is open season for meddling.
A collection of images of Aretha Franklin’s incredible life of performance, spanning the past five decades.
The former White House chief strategist wants to work with Europe’s right-wing parties—but some say they aren’t interested.
New tech—including drones disguised as birds—can be a nightmare for Muslims in particular.
A deadly disaster has focused attention on the state of infrastructure built during the country’s postwar boom.
Real dialogue is necessary for nuclear-arms reduction.
Fiona Goodall, a photographer working with Getty Images, recently visited the tiny South Pacific island nation of Tuvalu, a country battling rising sea levels with limited resources.
Nearly a year since the Trump administration rolled out its South Asia strategy, carnage in Afghanistan continues even as negotiations for peace inch ahead.
The newly released lists of the Assad regime’s victims serve as a macabre reminder for all those who rose up against him.
A lesson from Germany
By letting the country into the World Trade Organization back in 2001, Washington laid the groundwork for the tensions roiling relations with Beijing today.
Two people were injured in the suspected attack.
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