Today’s picks: a week to save the Euro, Putin heads to Jerusalem and China’s military tries to clean shop.
The Muslim Brotherhood rather than the old regime may be a better bet for a junta looking to restore stability while retaining control
International humanitarian organization Oxfam warns that if the euro zone splits, the world’s least developed nations could see some $30 billion disappear from their economies
Burmese parliamentarian and Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi capped off her world tour with a historic address in the U.K. Parliament. But for all the accolades she has received abroad, she knows how much more of a struggle there is at home
Criticism by U.K. Prime Minister Cameron of proposals by French President Hollande to hike tax rates on the rich sparked irritation in France; a closer look reveals that the U.K. is hardly the Thatcherite paradise the posh Cameron …
Rights groups say authorities in the northwestern Romanian city of Baia Mare forcibly evicted hundreds of ethnic Roma, or Gypsy, people and relocated them to a run-down chemical plant where many fell ill
A bid to have Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity declared a World Heritage site by Unesco may not be driven simply by cultural concerns
The nonpolitician who became Prime Minister has been bogged down by — surprise — politics. But the pols know that if they don’t play nice, the economy will eventually get all of them
Can Apple navigate the opportunities and perils of the Middle Kingdom?
Stories of note today: Western intervention in Syria, Pakistan’s political dramas and more deadly protests by Tibetans in China.
Antonis Samaras opposed a bailout and then voted to support another. Now prime minister, he must figure out a way to bring the Greek economy back from the dead