- Offshore Tax Havens Allege Unfair Criticism Ahead Of G-8 Talks
June 14 2013 10:42 AM
Alleged tax havens like the Isle of Man and Jersey have fought back against criticism from developed nations that they allow tax evasion.
- Turkey Update: Tentative Deal Reached
June 14 2013 10:41 AM
At 3 a.m. local time, Turkish officials announced the prime minister had agreed to halt construction in Gezi Park.
- Les Miserables: French Prisons Bursting At Seams
June 14 2013 5:48 AM
France's prisons, like prisons in many other European countries, are overcrowded, raising fears about security and rising numbers of inmate suicides.
- Putin Sides With Washington On Surveillance, Drones
June 14 2013 5:44 AM
The U.S. government won an unlikely ally in Putin, who defended the NSA’s spying programs and U.S. drone strikes.
- Why The World Suddenly Cares About Protesters In Turkey
June 13 2013 4:58 PM
Minorities have long been suppressed in Turkey -- but now protests in Istanbul and across the country have finally garnered attention abroad.
- What The EU Parliament Thinks Of Erdoğan Right Now
June 13 2013 12:31 PM
European Union parliamentarians are concerned about the police crackdowns on protesters.
- Another Greek Strike: Workers React To State Broadcaster Shutdown
June 13 2013 10:21 AM
Greece's transit workers union went on strike, this time to protest the shuttering of state broadcaster ERT.
- French Journalist 'Harassed' And 'Threatened' By Overseas Chinese Diplomats
June 13 2013 5:53 AM
Cyril Payen, France 24 correspondent, told Reporters Without Borders that he is being harassed by Chinese authorities because of his Tibet documentary.
- Most Protest Leaders Back Out Of Erdoğan Meeting
June 12 2013 2:40 PM
The Turkish prime minister is still scheduled to meet with some leaders of the Gezi Park protest on Wednesday.
- Marine Le Pen Banks On Immigration Backlash To Rule France
June 12 2013 12:40 PM
Marine Le Pen is taking her father's updated National Front to greater heights by relentlessly focusing on immigration.
- Amnesty International: The High Cost of Human Rights Activism And Charity
June 12 2013 9:26 AM
In recent years, questions have been raised about Amnesty International's internal finances and its independence and integrity.
- Anti-LGBT, Pro-Religion Bill To Pass Russian Government
June 11 2013 2:02 PM
The Russian parliament is due to vote today on two laws concerning the promotion of homosexuality and religion.