Some of the most violent clashes so far of the five-month-old pro-democracy protest movement in Hong Kong took place this past weekend, as riot police stormed the campus of a university where protesters had barricaded themselves.
An oblivious interview exposes the two-tier world in which Jeffrey Epstein flourished.
In just two years, TikTok has become India’s most downloaded app. Let the gold rush begin.
The overcrowded Moria refugee camp in Greece is where Europe’s ideals—solidarity, human rights, a haven for victims of war and violence—dissolve in a tangle of bureaucracy, indifference, and lack of political will.
Autumn colors in Belgium; chess-boxing in Paris; dinosaurs in India; bushfires in Australia; impeachment hearings in Washington, D.C.; Santa Claus in Germany; tennis in London, and much more
During a few wild weeks in October, U.S. allies watched as their own worst nightmare befell America’s Kurdish partners in Syria. Here’s what that means for America’s standing in the world.
Corbyn and Trump are both populists and in a battle with ‘the swamp.’ Brexit aside, Johnson is not.
Samira Ahmed’s case against her employer, the BBC, illustrates the value of transparency in closing the gender pay gap.
A record-setting acqua alta has left much of Venice submerged, following stormy conditions blowing in from the Adriatic Sea.
The two have undeniable personal chemistry, but their countries are drifting apart.
“We might as well go down fighting.”
Retired senior military officers are growing more concerned that the Trump administration doesn’t want their advice—and they’re struggling with how much they can say publicly.
Bundle up, maybe grab a mug of hot cider, and enjoy this batch of recent fall photos.
The year 2047 is a deadline that has come to symbolize the end of the territory’s way of life.
The anti-Semitic attacks on the Holocaust survivor Liliana Segre have spurred a national debate about intolerance.
Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, a look back at the 28 years when it stood, separating a city and its people.
Thirty years after reunification, memories of the East German police state continue to exact a profound psychological toll.
After weeks of chaos in the northeast, great powers redrew a small chunk of the map. And a bigger story is just beginning.
The prime-ministerial hopeful turned London mayoral candidate told The Atlantic that he hopes to build a moderate political movement from the bottom up. But can it be done from city hall?
A camel in New York City, the biggest Catrina in the world, flooding in South Sudan, saffron harvest in Iran, Bonfire Night celebrations in England, pelican moving in the Czech Republic, and much more.