Elections in Egypt, the US and India. The World Cup. The Sochi Olympics. And the NATO withdrawal are all sure to be in the news in 2014.
During the previous government, Paraguay strongly objected to admitting Venezuela to the MERCOSUR regional trade alliance. This came about when Paraguay was summarily ousted from MERCOSUR after accusations emerged that former President Fernando Lugo
Attacks likely precursor to events that will unfold during Olympic games in February
Two terrorist attacks in Volgograd, at the railway station and in the trolleybus, have taken the lives of 32 people and wounded more than 70.
HAMBURG – A new foundation to support whistleblowers is being launched by former British intelligence agent Annie Machon, whose resignation and revelations about U.K. spying activities in the 1990s sparked controversy echoing this year’s NSA news.
This week Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the controversial Yasukuni shrine in Tokyo – a move which was slammed by Singapore, South Korea and China. Why this harsh reaction and what is Abe’s message behind the move?
The Turkey-based Santa Claus Peace Council has said it has written a letter to Pope Francis, requesting the return of the bones of Saint Nicholas.
Thailand's election commission urged the government to delay upcoming polls as clashes between security forces and anti-government protesters killed a cop and injured 100 people, adding to political turmoil threatening to tear apart the country.
The six energy-rich Arab monarchies of the Gulf are seeking to strengthen ties with China, Gulf Cooperation Council chief Abdullatif al-Zayani said Wednesday after talks with the Chinese foreign minister. Zayani held talks in Saudi Arabia with Chi
Three members of Turkey's cabinet resigned over a high-level corruption scandal, and one called on Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan to follow suit. The unprecedented challenge raised the temperature in a week-long crisis that has pitted a
Canada’s Supreme Court on Friday struck down key portions of a law that effectively criminalized prostitution by banning brothels and soliciting on the streets, declaring this disproportionate.
Russia's outspoken billionaire arrived in Germany, hours after he was released from prison in a shock presidential pardon.
In an exclusive interview, man who hacked controversial French comedian's website explains motives
"I feel sorry for Pussy Riot not for the fact that they were jailed, but for disgraceful behavior that has degraded the image of women,” Putin said during his annual and wide-ranging televised news conference.
Italy's President Warns of "Widespread Social Tension and Unrest" but Offers No Solutions; "Pitchfork Protest" Comments From Italy
In late November, I had the opportunity to visit North Korea for a rare peek inside the most secretive country on Earth.
"Is Vladimir Putin a paleo-conservative?" right wing commentator Pat Buchanan wrote in a column for Townhall yesterday. "In the culture war for mankind's future, is he one of us?"
Yemeni authorities offered 32 million YR and 100 guns as compensation to victims’ families as a result of Air raid that took place in Qaifah in the al-Baida governorate, leaving 25 killed and wounded last Thursday.
The Yemeni parliament has passed a resolution today banning all strikes by unmanned aerial drones.
European Union offers a raft of financial, diplomatic incentives in pursuit of 'two-state solution' (along with the ethnic-cleansing of at least 100,000 Jews in communities throughout the region).
It’s probably the single most enjoyable comment on the year’s NSA spying scandal. And it’s certainly the strangest.
The Nelson Mandela family has finally given up their charade and admitted that Nelson Mandela is dead by announcing today that the former leader of South Africa is no longer with us. The charade began in June of 2013, and has maintained Mandela has b
African peacekeepers fired into the air Thursday in Central African Republic's chaotic capital, trying to disperse a mob bent on hunting down and killing Muslims taking refuge in a church compound.
North Korea said Friday that it had executed Kim Jong Un's uncle as a traitor for trying to seize supreme power, a stunning end for the leader's former mentor, long considered the country's No. 2 official.
Tuesday's massive Mandela memorial in South Africa gave the Internet plenty to talk about:
Icelanders Overthrow Government and Rewrite Constitution After Banking Fraud-No Word From US Media
President Vladimir Putin tightened his control over Russia's media on Monday by dissolving the main state news agency and replacing it with an organization that is to promote Moscow's image abroad.
At least 130 people were injured and one killed following mass looting and vandalism by gangs of youths, who took over several parts of Cordoba City in Argentina. The lawlessness was a result of the police going on strike over low pay.
Dennis Rodman is to make another trip to North Korea in his mission to build peace with the reclusive nation via the medium of basketball.
Police in Iceland on Monday shot and killed a 59-year-old man who they say had fired a shotgun at police officers who were attempting to enter his apartment building.