Two Britons affiliated with the anti-immigrant U.K. Independence Party have been stripped off the care of three children after their political allegiances were revealed.
The standoff is not only in Cairo but in cities and towns across the country. And the secularists are adamant that they will not talk unless he backs down completely
After speaking with TIME, Mexico’s President-elect, Enrique Peña Nieto, visits the White House Tuesday amid new Hispanic clout but new uncertainties about issues like the drug war
After a week of an increasingly bitter leadership fight, France’s main conservative party appeals to former President Nicolas Sarkozy to negotiate peace–or fill the void his departure from politics created in the first place.
Euro zone finance ministers and the IMF reach a deal on a bailout for Greece, shadow banking in China raises concerns about massive loan defaults, and the remains of Yasir Arafat are exhumed as part of investigation into his death
Corruption scandals in China have long been packaged with sexual indiscretion. For almost every fallen official there are tales of paramours, sometimes too numerous to seem plausible. Liu Zhijun, the former Railway Minister who …
Is it more of the same in Egypt? Thousands of Egyptian protesters gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square in late November, kicking off several days of protests against a new constitutional decree by Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, …
When Muhammad bin Halim stepped out of his front door in Benghazi one September morning, he waved at his neighbor before walking toward his candy-apple-red Hyundai. When the head of the financial-crimes unit in the Libyan …
Israel clearly met its military goals in the Gaza conflict but Hamas seems to have emerged stronger politically. Israel’s Defense Minister, however, has not.
Arvind Kejriwal, a rabble-rousing, fearless anticorruption activist, has launched his own political party. But, given the murkiness of India’s political culture, is that the right route for Kejriwal’s cause?
Two proindependence parties could form an alliance in the regional parliament and call for a referendum — if they can do a deal on economic policy
Taliban ambushed a provincial governor’s convoy en route to peace talks, killing two police and one civilian — but the international coalition calls the Helmand meeting a success
As the people of Goma fled rebels, they were greeted by the sight of U.N. peacekeepers — fleeing ahead of them