The feud between President Hollande’s current and former lovers has sparked a titillating controversy among French Socialists. But the right has to deal with a thinly disguised novelization of backroom scandals in the stronghold …
Among today’s stories: The Obama Administration ramps up its spying efforts in Africa, Hugo Chavez’s campaign for another presidential term and how the lives of Greece’s riches haven’t been dented by the crisis.
Journalists, rights groups, and ordinary citizens are increasingly using India’s Right to Information Act to hold officials accountable.
Apparently concerned about a new march against Putin, the authorities tried disrupting the lives of its organizers. The move, however, gave fresh momentum to the demonstration
Syria’s regime may have overwhelming firepower, but the rebels are winning in another arena— with U.S. help
Shakil Afridi’s role in helping the CIA locate Osama bin Laden made him a hero in the U.S. But in his native Pakistan, especially in the tribal borderlands he called home, his murky past has made him a villain in the eyes of many
What you need to know about world news on June 13: Helicopters get sent to Syria; (lots of) fish get thrown out in Europe; and a plague of locusts gets set to descend on Mali.
By sending Assad gunships and insisting Iran be included in talks, Moscow is signaling a changed geopolitical balance
Strikes, road blockades, and mine sit-ins continue as 8,000 mineworkers at over 40 coal mines in northern Spain continue their protests against their fiscally-wracked government’s decision to cut coal subsidies.
On the 10th annual World Day Against Child Labor, TIME looks at how the grim practice has remained entrenched in parts of the world over the past decade