China has pointed to a series of attacks in Xinjiang by suspected Islamist radicals in recent years as justification for a draconian clampdown in a region with a long history of tensions…
The party that won the July election in Pakistan, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), is struggling to address allegations of promoting misogynist ideology.
Even though Donald Trump's meetings with world's strongmen lack tangible outcomes, the president's love affair with them continues.
The economic meltdown in Venezuela has led to one of the largest refugee crises in Latin American history, with Colombia receiving scores of refugees.
The E.U. stepped up its legal threats to Poland over its controversial supreme court reforms, giving Warsaw one month to comply or risk being hauled before the bloc's top court.
South Sudan has become the most violent country to deliver aid to last year, with 313 aid workers that were victims of major attacks.
After months of political unrest and state-sponsored violence against protestors, many Nicaraguans are seeking asylum across the southern border in Costa Rica.
Egypt is yet to prosecute members of the security forces over a bloody 2013 crackdown on protesters that left hundreds dead.
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the country's economic problems were the result of internal mismanagement by the government and not just U.S. pressure.
After Pakistan's cricket hero-turned-politician Imran Khan claimed victory in July in the country’s tense general election, Pakistani religious minority groups started bracing for a fight.
More than 3,000 Yezidi women and girls are still unaccounted for after the Islamic State attack in 2014 that left nearly 10,000 dead or kidnapped.
French hotel and restaurant owners are lobbying the government to regularise more illegal migrants in order to fill 100,000 jobs for which they have found no French takers.
The UN urged Israelis to allow emergency fuel into the Gaza Strip to prevent hospital closures and sewage overflows within the next four days.
India has ordered the inspection of at least 9,000 shelters for abandoned and orphaned children after a wave of sex abuse scandals shocked the country.
The Sunday earthquake in Indonesia killed at least 131 people and damaged tens of thousands of buildings, just a week after another tremor in the holiday island of Lombok killed 17 people.