Who is its reported author, Andrii Artemenko, and what does he want?
The highlights from seven days of reading about the world
There can only be one. Or can there?
In France, the governmental devotion to a national culture has left some students fighting for their identities.
How the president’s advisers have made their case
A major conflagration, whether intentional or not, is perhaps likelier now than ever.
The enduring propaganda value of a martyr
A half-century ago, protests erupted around the world against the Vietnam War, Montreal hosted Expo ‘67, race riots in the U.S. destroyed parts northern cities, Elvis Presley married Priscilla in Las Vegas, and much more.
The president took to Twitter to argue that publicly discussing the success or failure of a mission “only emboldens the enemy.”
The Russian opposition leader convicted Wednesday has faced four years of show trials.
If the costly mission counts as winning, President Trump is right that Americans will get tired of it.
Last week’s raid was an embarrassing and costly failure—in the context of a much larger one.
In northern Japan, the Tsugaru Railway operates between Tsugaru Goshogawara and Tsugaru Nakazato stations, about 12 miles apart, or a 45 minute ride through a quiet rural landscape.
Scientists believe these light-eating bodies come in three sizes, but they haven’t yet confirmed that “medium” truly exists.
The former economy minister’s surge in popularity makes him the front-runner—for now.
How one group of settlers became a potent political force—even though some are too young to vote
High in northern Chile’s Atacama Desert, the European Southern Observatory (ESO) has built several collections of telescopes and observatories on remote, arid mountaintops.
China gets an upgrade.
By all accounts, local drivers have become more cautious and mannerly since volunteer cebritas started directing traffic.
An investigation from Amnesty International details Assad's attempt to create a phony paper trail to cover up mass executions in Syria.
A country threatened by terrorism grapples with a dark history of surveillance.