The country's support for such attacks is less extensive than in the past, but something else has changed.
Mexico is by far the largest customer for U.S. turkey exports—for now.
Robert Mugabe, the 93-year-old leader of Zimbabwe announced he was resigning after a brutal 37-year reign, setting off wild celebrations across the country.
The collapse of coalition talks puts Germany in political limbo—but its chancellor has overcome crises much worse.
Shuttering its Washington office could undermine the administration’s ambitions for negotiating peace.
In the mountains of China’s Sichuan Province, a network of research centers and wildlife sanctuaries has been established to support native endangered species.
It would be a mistake to interpret a lack of missile tests as a willingness to engage in denuclearization talks.
Zimbabwe’s president outlasted empires, global movements, and his political rivals—until Tuesday.
So why does Trump appear to favor military commissions?
The eighth annual panoramic photo competition has just come to a close, and the winning images and honorable mentions have been announced.
A political crackdown hasn’t stopped Cairo’s community of graphic artists.
Berlin suddenly looks unstable—just like a lot of other places.
The 93-year-old kleptocrat won’t remain the ruler of Zimbabwe for long.
The refugee crisis, even in its enormity, is happening to people one by one. An artist sets out to document them.
There is far more opportunity than danger in the two countries’ flirtation.
The case for including Arabic—and Islam
The Ministry of Fun Santa School opens for the season in England, a red fox meets a stegosaurus in Siberia, Australians vote to allow same-sex marriage, and much more.
A filmmaker obtains unprecedented access behind the scenes of a democracy-in-the-making.
President Trump abroad, Islam in context, African turmoil, and more
Nixon and Clinton managed to get a great deal done of overseas while facing special prosecutors at home, but Trump has more weaknesses than they did.
Can you curb religious fundamentalism by “eliminating fake and extremist texts”?