Former Afghan Finance Minister Ashraf Ghani is leading the race to replace Hamid Karzai as president, according to preliminary results.
Dubai is planning to build a temperature-controlled city featuring the world's largest mall and an indoor park, as well as hotels, health resorts and theatres, the developer said.
The papers spent years hidden in a milk churn beneath a Russian dacha and read like an encyclopedia of Cold War espionage.
Arab taxi driver confesses to murder of Afula teenager 'for nationalistic reasons'; reconstructs the act.
Arrests come as police sources say murder of Mohammed Abu-Khder almost certainly 'nationalistic' in nature.
To celebrate American independence, thousands of Danes have gathered annually at a scenic national park on a slope in Jutland – for more than 100 years. And it's not just expats who attend.
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Few in China knew the truth two years ago, when then-president Hu Jintao travelled to a naval base in the northeastern city of Dalian to mark a signal moment in the rise of Chinese power: the unveiling of the Liaoning, the first aircraft carrier comm
African ministers and health experts are meeting in Ghana with one thing on their minds: how to stop the biggest ever outbreak of the Ebola virus from extending its deadly reach still further.
The 100-year anniversary of the most important event in the 20th century passed recently with predictably scant notice in the American media. The anniversary can't be that of the allied D-Day invasion of Normandy during World War II, because that eve
Terror propaganda, spreading non-Russian values, can earn you trip to labour camps
Rebels didn't disarm or give up key border crossings
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was held for questioning on Tuesday over suspicions he used his influence to secure leaked details of an inquiry into alleged irregularities in his 2007 election campaign.
A Lenin statue has returned to a onetime model communist city in Poland but the monumental hero of Soviet days is now a small, lurid green man urinating from atop a black plinth.
After the United States delayed a sale of fighter jets to Iraq, Russia sold planes to the Iraqi government. Now they've sent military experts to Baghdad. Gen. Anwar Hama Ameen, who heads the Iraqi air force, explained that the
During the World Cup, the French football team is staying in Ribeirao Preto, in the southeast of Brazil.
With Ukrainian soldiers buying their own uniforms, volunteers are now stepping in to equip the troops facing rebels in the east
Ex-Labour ministers reveal how heir to the throne 'consorted' with government to push his own agenda on climate change and GM crops behind closed doors
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev said the eastern European nation has the resources to fight attempts to destabilize its financial system as it grapples with the worst run on banks in 17 years and prepares for early elections.
Eritrea, the United Nations says, is the planet's least-connected country.
BRITISH security services infiltrated and funded the notorious Paedophile Information Exchange in a covert operation to identify and possibly blackmail establishment figures, a Home Office whistleblower alleges.
Russia's state-controlled gas company, Gazprom, warned its European customers Friday that it could limit supplies to countries that intend to re-sell the natural gas on to Ukraine.
Marking the eve of the centennial of the beginning of World War I in their own way, Bosnian Serbs on Friday unveiled a monument in their part of Sarajevo to the man who ignited the war by assassinating the Austro-Hungarian crown prince on June 28, 19
America's fierce campaign against tax cheats is doing more harm than good
Thousands of Ukrainians in cars stuffed with belongings lined up Thursday at the eastern border to cross into Russia, with some saying they felt betrayed by their government and vowing never to return.
Kiev to sign association agreement with European Union, which Viktor Yanukovych backed away from in November
Thursday's session was halted by coach Jorge Sampaoli to stop the hosts' national broadcaster from transmitting live images of their preparations for Saturday's last-16 clash
Assad struck at positions held by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) along the border between Syria and Iraq. Maliki:
The prime minister's relentless opposition to Jean-Claude Juncker's nomination has cost him almost all his European allies. Many worry it will help drive the UK out of the EU.
Already grappling with street protests led by the right, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is facing a new threat from an unlikely place: old-school leftists who accuse him of betraying the socialist legacy that carried him to power.