The votive candles, soggy bouquets and bread rolls remain in Kiev's Maidan, or Independence Square, and the air is still heavy with the lingering smell of all that burned in...
I am always a little nervous flying an airline I don't know, especially when there is a heightened terror alert, so I booked my Siberian Airlines flight to Sochi with a little...
They fight for their country, and now that they're competing for the red, white and blue, soldiers on the U.S. Olympic bobsled team are depending on others to keep them safe.
The World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting draws the world's top CEOs and the some of the planet's most powerful leaders to Davos. Other than economy, its forums focus on the...
On the eve of the third anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, four bombs exploded in Cairo, killing at least six, injuring dozens and underscoring the key challenge faced by...
Watching the hordes jockey for position, trying to get into the room where Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's address to the World Economic Forum was to take place, an...
Saudi Arabia and Iran are sworn enemies, but a recent panel discussion in Bahrain explored how the two Middle East rivals could find common ground.
These are nervous times in the Gulf region. But they are not without hope. The interim nuclear deal struck by six major world powers and Iran last month could be the first step...
Many children grumble about having to go to school, but 95 million children in Africa truly have something to complain about: They don’t have desks in their classrooms.
Argentinean-born Pope Francis has rallied the faithful, increasing attendance to weekly Mass in Rome threefold.