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
Both sides appear to be keeping a civil silence after their meeting, but the crisis is far from resolved
Valérie Trierweiler stuns France — and President François Hollande — by backing a dissident leftist challenger over official Socialist candidate (and mother of Hollande’s children) Ségolène Royal in Sunday’s legislative elections
The world news you need to know on June 12: Putin cracks down on opposition as protesters mass; the U.S. hands India, but not China, a waiver allowing it to temporarily circumvent sanctions and import Iranian oil; and the debate …
Beijing faces growing rivalries with its Pacific neighbors, but in Central Asia it finds a warmer welcome
As the two historic rivals squared off at the Euro 2012 soccer tournament, fears grew over animosities spilling onto the streets of Warsaw
The Philippine government has plans to turn Bohol province into a major Southeast Asian tourist destination. But the country is going to have to address its violent reputation and crumbling infrastructure first