It’s a decision that will shape the future of the worldwide Anglican community. On Sept. 28, senior figures in the Church of England were expected to conclude a two-day meeting at a secret location to choose the next Archbishop …
Immense legal and economic roadblocks lie in the way of any move toward independence. And then of course, there are the politicians.
A long season of unexpected events is capped off with two clearly synchronized announcements — and the catastrophic fall of one of the Chinese Communist Party’s brightest stars is dramatically assured
On deck for Friday: Israel warns Iran may have a nuclear bomb by spring, most-wanted Mexican drug lord behind bars, Syrian refugees are predicted to number 700,000 by the end of the year
Netanyahu says at present rates of enrichment, Iran’s nuclear program will cross Israel’s red line for military action next spring or summer
TIME’s Latin America correspondent talks about the growing discontent with President Hugo Chávez in Venezuela’s barrios and how he reported his magazine story on the possible end of Chávez’s hold on power
Switzerland believes its reputation as an independent mountain-fortress and refuge is being eroded by American meddling
China’s four most sacred Buddhist mountains are hatching plans to list on the Shanghai stock exchange.
No one in Iran is — and few in the West are — talking about the potential death toll, but it could rival the catastrophes of Bhopal and Chernobyl
As Georgia’s parliamentary elections near, President Mikheil Saakashvili’s party is reeling after videos showing violent abuse of prisoners were broadcast on television. Will the outrage in the streets propel the ruling party’s …
In what was likely his last appearance before the U.N. General Assembly, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad bowed out with a whimper
He wants his father freed and Shari‘a imposed unquestioningly on Egypt. Other than that, Mohammed Abdel-Rahman doesn’t want to cause trouble
On deck for Thursday: Russians participate in risky clinical trials to receive medical care, a Filipino priest will be investigated for possible links to elephant ivory smuggling, news from the UN General Assembly and U.K. Flooding