As protests have worn on, police tactics have intensified, particularly against journalists.
A dog exhibition in Bishkek, a Kali Uchis performance in Texas, a demon-king burning in India, attacks on Kurdish sites in Syria, unrest in Haiti, the Masham Sheep Fair in England, and much more.
Spectacular karst sandstone formations in Western Australia’s Purnululu National Park
For all the concern about China’s military strength, economic leverage might be its most powerful weapon.
Demonstrations have roiled Ecuador’s capital city for more than a week, after the government eliminated a long-standing subsidy, doubling the price of fuel.
The biggest hitch to Turkey’s ambitions in northeastern Syria was the presence of U.S. forces. No more U.S. forces, no more hitch.
The U.S.-backed soldiers who battled ISIS across Syria and Iraq could be locked in the struggle for a very long time.
The French capital suffered a wave of violence in 2015 and 2016, and while the years since have been more peaceful, a recent attack resurfaced unease.
Images from southeastern Turkey, where the town of Hasankeyf—continuously occupied for some 12,000 years—is being partially relocated as the old site is abandoned to a rising reservoir behind a new dam
One of the downsides of highly personalized diplomacy is that when the person in question is debilitated, the diplomacy suffers.
Did the president betray the Kurds or help dismantle a contradictory strategy in Syria? Both.
The Syria policy reversal threatens to undo five years’ worth of fighting against ISIS and will severely damage American credibility and reliability.
With child care hard to come by, some immigrant parents send their newborns to East Asia to live with relatives.
Many in Britain are hoping an election will break a political deadlock, but a vote carries risks that no one is openly acknowledging.
America had the chance to help its local partners ensure ISIS’s lasting defeat. Instead it’s abandoning them.
Take a step into a visual time capsule for a brief look at the world three decades ago.
The commander in chief is impulsive, disdains expertise, and gets his intelligence briefings from Fox News. What does this mean for those on the front lines?
Portugal’s socialist alliance soundly defeated its challengers on the right, offering rare good news for the left in Europe.
The country is forever caught between tradition and innovation, universalism and individual rights.
Military assistance deserves more scrutiny in many cases. Ukraine is nowhere near the most important.