The Jimmy Savile pedophilia scandal rocks the U.K. and its most hallowed media institution
Could the country be headed back to the bad old days? Or are the bad old days just part of Lebanon’s tragic political cycle?
Slow economic growth in the industrialized world is creating a “reverse brain drain,” the South Korean government blocks activists from sending propaganda leaflets to the North, and Julia’s Gillard’s popularity increases.
Chopra, who died on Sunday, was considered one of Hindi cinema’s greats.
Fifty years after China and India last went to war, the conflict’s legacy still smolders and haunts relations between these two rising Asian powers.
Based on interviews with Libyan guards and militia, TIME reconstructs what happened on the night the U.S. consulate in Benghazi was attacked, burned and looted.
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A large bomb blast ripped through a predominantly Christian neighborhood in Beirut, killing eight including a top intelligence official—the presumed target of the attack—and wounding many others.
One year after being cornered and killed by Libyan rebels, fallen dictator Muammar Gaddafi still casts a long shadow from the grave
Abortion is illegal in most of Latin America–but it still has one of the world’s highest abortion rates, most of it unsafe. Uruguay is now one of the few exceptions to that rule.
French Interior Minister Manual Valls law-and-order drive has made him the darling of opinion polls, while approval ratings of President François Hollande and other leaders plummet amid the hardening economic crisis.
On deck for Friday: The African economy is booming, leaders in Europe decide to establish a single banking supervisor for the euro zone, and tensions continue between North and South Korea
The protagonist of Hilary Mantel’s trilogy—the first two books of which have now both won Booker prizes—weaves together complex narratives of politics, power and modernity