The Russian president is learning that it’s much easier to get into a Middle Eastern conflict than to get out of one.
The long-term leader of South Africa has outlived countless scandals. It was party politics that finally brought him down.
The next phase of a seven-year conflict has begun.
A look at some of the competition from the first days of the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
The British foreign secretary urged Remainers to open their hearts to the promise of Brexit.
The recent flare-up with Israel gives Tehran and its Shiite allies a chance to further entrench their dominance.
With the Israeli police recommending that he be indicted, the prime minister is entering a major battle for political survival.
Right-wing Hindu nationalists keep cracking down on sexually liberated women. But sometimes their efforts backfire.
The grim post-ISIS future
Israeli police say the country’s prime minister should be charged with bribery and fraud. He insists he’s innocent—and promises to stay in power.
A decision by the International Olympic Committee has all but guaranteed a loss for Team USA in hockey. But don’t count them out just yet.
But following the hostilities over the weekend, does Putin want to?
The organizers of the Underwater Photographer of the Year have just announced the winning photographers and images for 2018.
As more people choose to fly, the country’s airliners are having a tougher time finding qualified personnel.
In Cape Town, people are restricted to just a fraction of the typical amount of water. From showering in buckets to special pee spray, here’s how they’re coping.
The Korean War split them apart. Could the Winter Olympics be an opportunity to bring them back together?
A dictator’s sister gets positive reviews at the Olympics.
Asma Jahangir died at a time when her country needed her most.
Images of Carnival season 2018, already underway, with celebrations in Brazil, Portugal, Hungary, Bolivia, Haiti, Spain, Italy, and more.
“The women scholars here are even more important than men.”
The agency lost 12 percent of its foreign-affairs specialists in the first eight months of the Trump administration.