Eliot Engel, the ranking Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, called the upcoming exhibition match in North Korea “bizarre and grotesque.”
Violence in South Sudan could threaten crucial oil flows and spill over the border
The director of the hospital says the danger to Ariel Sharon’s life ‘has grown’
International efforts have tightened the noose on Somalia’s infamous pirates, but the scourge is alive in West Africa and could well return to the country
The Russian president is inspecting the city ahead of February’s Olympic Games.
The Chinese icebreaker sent to help a stranded Russian ship has itself become stuck
It’s the Secretary of State’s 10th visit
The Lebanese capital has been hit by a wave of bomb attacks, including one last week that killed a Hizballah critic.
Ariel Sharon has been in a coma since 2006
The chief executive of the U.S. Olympic Committee calls attacks “a preview of what could happen”
Former British prime minister Tony Blair and Egyptian Nobel laureate Mohamed ElBaradei among invitees
The group overseeing the process says it will still meet mid-2014 deadline of removing entire arsenal
A U.S. special envoy says its a first step toward peace after more than two weeks of fighting