In Pakistan’s tribal areas, anger over drones and suspicions over vaccinators disrupts an effort to eradicate a deadly disease
In today’s scan of stories: signs of tension at the G20 in Mexico, semi-exiled activist Chen Guangcheng talks to the U.S. media and a new Greek government looks likely.
No breakthroughs achieved as both sides dig in, overestimating their leverage
On June 16, amid much media hype, China launched the Shenzhou-9 space capsule. Aboard the vessel was Liu Yang, 33, a former fighter pilot and China’s first female in space.
Almost immediately after polls closed, the junta announced directives on the constitution, lawmaking and, it seemed, the nature of the presidency. Activists are furious, but no one is likely to change the status quo
Prince Salman bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud is the latest heir to the Saudi throne. Is he here to stay?
French President François Hollande’s Socialists win formidable legislative control, while France’s conservatives suffer the consequences of having pandered to the country’s far right
In today’s required reading: evidence of Iranian subterfuge, power plays in Pakistani and more communal clashes in Nigeria’s divided Kaduna state.
Two hundred years ago on June 18, the U.S. declared war on Great Britain. What followed is known as the War of 1812, a conflict whose bicentennial will be marked very differently by the U.S. and Canada
The conviction of a high-flying, Indian-born businessman on charges of insider trading in the U.S. has rocked India’s corporate fraternity. Some are shocked and dismayed, while others are unsympathetic
The conservative New Democracy party eked out a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections — though, once again, not enough to form a government outright