In Germany, the populist backlash has become a galvanizing force for The Greens party, now the country’s second largest party.
North Korea test-fired a new type of "tactical guided weapon," it said Thursday, and demanded the removal of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo from nuclear talks. Pyongyang said Washington has until end of 2019 to reach an acceptable deal.
Ukraine’s Orthodox parishes are being riven as they decide whether to retain a traditional affiliation with Moscow or join a new national church.
In Jordan, an animal shelter offers four-legged victims of Mideast conflict a place to recover their physical and mental health.
Tiger Woods reacts as he wins the Masters golf tournament April 14, 2019, in Augusta, Ga.
Reporter Juby Mayet knew apartheid’s toll on South Africa all too well. But she defied the regime with vivid descriptions of black communities.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo is likely headed to a second term, according to initial results Wednesday. The moderate Muslim survived a campaign marked by the growing influence of conservative Islam in the world's biggest Muslim-majority nation.
The Notre Dame fire is a major cultural loss for Paris. But communities around the world, from Warsaw to New York, show that recovery is possible.
In the autonomous region of northern Syria, a Kurdish university is providing a new generation with the tools to build their society.
The shortages have led to rare and widespread public criticism of President Bashar Assad's government, even on state media and in parliament. The purchase of fuel has been rationed since earlier this month.
The Notre Dame cathedral in Paris lost its spire and roof to a fire on Monday, but firefighters were able to put out the blaze after 12 hours, sparing the iconic twin bell towers and other treasures within the nearly 900-year-old structure.
Ukraine’s right-wing groups like Right Sector and the National Corps pose a danger to the country’s still unstable democracy.
The Fekat Circus, like Addis Ababa itself, is many things at once: a professional troupe, a community circus school, and daily dose of happiness.
Ousting Omar al-Bashir is only step one of the revolution, Sudan’s protesters say. Their next challenge: avoiding military rule and civil conflict.
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