The video which appears to show a Syrian rebel biting into a dead soldier's heart highlights the country's descent into sectarian violence
May 15 is Nakba Day, the "day of the catastrophe" in Arabic, which commemorates the forcible expulsion of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their lands in 1948.
Russia has ordered that American Diplomant, Ryan C. Fogle, will be expelled following his detainment and accusations of attempting to recruit a Russian citizen to spy on behalf of the CIA.
The World Bank president said during a Global Voices on Poverty event that we need a movement to end poverty. Whether leaders have the political will to actually get moving remains to be seen.
An interview with dissident Cuban blogger Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo on his past and present, his thoughts on modern Cuba, and his dreams for the future.
In a story worthy of a spy novel, Russian authorities have claimed that they captured a CIA spy that was attempting to recruit a Russian agent by bribing him to spy on Russia.
After the first peaceful transfer of power in Pakistan we must remember elections do not equal democracy.
The Rana Plaza factory collapse shows beyond a doubt that our international demand for cheap goods is killing workers, especially young women.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta is attempting to shrink away from international scrutinty by appealing to the UN Security Council for political help. But charges must be pressed, nonetheless.
The Army is looking at a 14% reduction in end strength and a 40% reduction in Brigade Combat teams. Would these cuts impact national security?
However tempting it may be to slander corporate greed and Western investment, we must recognize Bangladesh's enormous benefits through international trade and cooperation with Western retailers.
Why it doesn't matter how this relates to civilian assaults.
These countries' leaders blast condom use as dangerous, and their anti-condom rhetoric is bringing everyone down.
An official document reveals that doctors and nurses are being made to administer the inhumanity of the force-feeding process for striking prisoners in Guantanmo against their ethical codes.
On May 2, UKIP took 23% of the vote in the 2013 County Council Elections. This is not a "protest vote," but a revolution against centralized power and capital in Europe.
Saturday's election was an historic and extremely important moment for Pakistan, but it is only the beginning of a much-needed transformation.
The Syria crisis is certainly more than just another Arab Spring conflict or civil war. Syria presents a large scale humanitarian crisis for the region.
Israel requested Russia stop its shipment of S-300 air defense systems, but Russia is unlikely to halt its sale without receiving anything in exchange.
Sleeping and suicide pills, black markets full of Choco Pies — two unorthodox but effective ways North Koreans gain access to the outer world and fight against the Pyongyang regime.
Nawaz Sharif declared victory Sunday after electoral results showed his party clearly ahead of Imran Khan's — his closest rival. This brings an end to a election
One of the barriers to ending street harassment is society’s reluctance to admit that it is a problem. Often they need to be shamed into action.
Nawaz Sharif and the Pakistan Muslim League are closing in on clinching the elections amid congratulations from India and the U.S. What does this mean for Pakistan's future?
Since the 1990s, Israeli ultra-Orthodox Jews have attempted to impose their rigid religious views upon public spaces. The latest move to ban such discrimination is a sign of changing times.
Kurdish rebels are withdrawing from Turkey after 30 years of armed conflict. Is establishing a new homeland the next step?
More than 6 million Spaniards are now unemployed, and most affected are young people below the age of 25.