Laos plans to build a big dam in the Mekong to the dismay of its downstream neighbors, post-coup Guinea-Bissau is a drug trafficking haven, and U.S. intelligence officials release detailed timeline of September 11 Benghazi killings
The U.S. wants to reshape Syria’s opposition. But there is no guarantee the plan will work
China’s civil-aviation industry has been developing at a double-digit clip over the past three decades, but growth is now soaring to new, potentially dangerous, heights.
TIME goes to the frontlines in Afghanistan where U.S. and NATO forces are trying to train a fledgling army how to fight effectively in the mountains
As the leader of the Bosnian Serbs, Karadzic is accused of genocide, specifically the deaths of 8,000 Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica in 1995. He insists Bosnian Muslim fighters were to blame
Booming tourism in Venice is forcing residents to move out, high inflation in India raises concerns, and problems for Britain’s Prime Minister
The list of strange security precautions ahead of the Communist Party powwow is getting pretty long
Golden Dawn is not the only manifestation of paranoia stemming from the economic crisis. Anti-immigrant sentiment is now part of the political mainstream
The giant Swiss bank surprised the industry and its staff by cutting its staff by a draconian 10,000 jobs
In October 1992, Liberian thugs killed five American Catholic missionaries. No one is likely to be prosecuted for the cold-blooded murders
Afghanistan sets a date for its next presidential election, the rise of private schooling in Africa raises questions about inequality, and opium production increases in Myanmar.
Even as it appropriates the Greek past for propaganda purposes, the far-right party has gained in popularity while espousing virulent anti-immigrant policies and rhetoric.
Without the tax break, the rich and famous may choose to leave the country, which has enough money to make do without them, in any case.