Taliban goes on the offensive as American troops start to withdraw.
This country is known for its beautiful landscapes, bratwurst, Oktoberfestivities, and economic triumphs!
If you want to win a scholarship to the prestigious Eton College, you'd better be prepared to think like a politician, even when politicians are committing heinous crimes and even if you are 13.
Eight candidates have been cleared to run in this year's election to succeed outgoing President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
In light of Saudi Arabia's most recent public "crucifixion," why haven't U.S. leaders lost their stomachs? Perhaps because capital punishment isn't so very foreign.
Following the horrific and brutal murder of British solider Lee Rigby in Woolwich, England on Thursday, attacks on Muslims in Britain have spiked in a racist and misguided outpouring of outrage.
Obama addressed the graduates of the U.S. Naval Academy on Thursday, and his remarks touched on the sexual-assault epidemic currently shaking the Military.
British fighter jets accompanied a flight from Pakistan as it was diverted to a different airport. Two arrests made.
Five individuals were decapitated and hung on Tuesday in Saudi Arabia. This is part of a disturbing rise in execution.
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The two British citizens suspected of murdering a soldier in London were of Nigerian descent. Were they "lone wolves" or a larger extension of Nigeria's terrorism problem?
Okay, so Iran probably shouldn't have chairmanship of the UN Conference on Disarmament. But here are five reasons the U.S. should shut up and pretend it should.
A British soldier was murdered in London on Wednesday. The attackers blamed British involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, but their real targets were our most important values.
Britain's Ministry of Defense has identified the solider brutally killed in the streets of London yesterday as drummer Lee Rigby, 25.
Three were terrorists. One was a teenager.
The president has the chance to bring some much-needed coherence to his drone policy.
Should the U.S. arm the rebel opposition in Syria and risk acting in cahoots with its old enemy?
Racial tensions are escalating in the aftermath of the horrific beheading of a soldier in southeast London Wednesday by two black men with a jihadist motive.
Kim Jong-un made a stop in a children's camp in North Korea on his way to diplomatic talks with China. The pictures from that visit show him being greeted by the faces of many crying children.
Why don't Muslim groups condemn extremism in a sterner fashion?
A 22-year-old Salvadoran lupus patient is carrying an anencephalic fetus that doctors say is killing her. But as Salvadoran laws prevent all abortion, her fate is up to the Supreme Court.
A British soldier in London was murdered in broad daylight by two men screaming, "Allahu akbar" on Thursday.
An architect of modern Iranian politics and former Ahmadinejad aide are out of the country's opaque race for president. So who's in?
Amid growing doubts about the legality and effectiveness of drone strikes, Obama will attempt to justify drone strikes and their effectiveness in a speech Thursday.
The war-ravaged Middle East is witness to another brewing conflict, with Syria and Israel once again at odds