Friday marks six months since much maligned polls in Cambodia, where bloody crackdowns, racism and rampant human rights violations continue to define an increasingly fraught society
Ukraine official describes act as ‘military invasion’
The political crisis in Ukraine is poised on a knife edge with armed groups pressuring rival rebel governments in Kiev and pro-Russian Crimea
Though no one knows who is to blame, the discovery of these vandalized books deepens the sense that Japan is undergoing a pronounced right-wing turn
Why does Russia care about the cash-stricken peninsula?
‘Everybody needs to step back and avoid provocations’
Francesco Schettino went aboard with court-appointed experts as part of his manslaughter trial
This was probably the only Oscar-nominated film watched behind the barricades in Kiev
The apparent test coincides with joint U.S.-South Korea military drills that have drawn the ire of the North.
Many of them were sexually explicit in nature
Bidding starts at $20,000 for the two rare early copies of the reviled text
‘We are afraid to die, to go back to die or to join a group of Al-Qaeda that is against humanity’
Arseniy Yatsenyuk was approved as prime minister on Thursday