The political battle raging on Cairo’s streets is focused on President Mohamed Morsi’s autocratic actions in his efforts to rush through his draft constitution, but the anxiety of those on the street are equally based on the …
In a late night announcement, the Egyptian president modifies the controversial decree that granted him new powers and brought protesters into the streets. But will it satisfy the opposition and the occupiers of Tahrir Square?
A New York Times exposé suggests U.S. allies armed Libyan extremists, raising troubling questions over Syria’s rebellion
Seven years after Clichy-sous-Bois errupted in rioting that spread across France, TIME returns to see whether billions in spending, years of policy debate, and national soul-searching has improved life in the blighted banlieues. …
Moussa Abu Marzook, the deputy leader of the radical Palestinian movement, in an interview, says that he’s ready to accept a Palestinian state – but still won’t recognize Israel
The former Thai prime minister faces murder charges for his handling of the 2010 protests, Somali pirate attacks dropped dramatically in 2012 and Hillary Clinton arrives in Belfast, Northern Ireland
As Pakistan prepares for a spring election, TIME’s Aryn Baker talks about whether former cricketer Imran Khan has the makings of a leader
India’s beleaguered coalition government prevailed in two key votes that will allow foreign multibrand retailers like Walmart and Tesco to open shop in the country. But the debate will likely continue
At a press conference in Stockholm Mo Yan defended the need for censorship and also declined to repeat earlier comments in support of Liu Xiaobo, the imprisoned Chinese Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
Why were there traces of toxic polonium in the late Palestinian leader’s effects? A forensic lab hopes to find more clues after gathering samples from an exhumation
TIME talks to Daniel Tudor, author of ‘Korea: The Impossible Country,’ about the upcoming presidential election.
Mexico complains, often rightly so, about being overshadowed by Brazil, but Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index is one more reminder of how Latin America’s two titans differ today