Cuban Opposition Group Finally Allowed To Pick Up Sakharov Prize
April 23 2013 3:44 PM EDT
Ladies in White members were allowed to leave Cuba to accept an award from the EU Parliament eight years after receiving it.
As South America Tilts Left, Paraguay Tilts Right
April 23 2013 12:36 PM EDT
Paraguay has elected a conservative millionaire businessman as president, in contrast to the region's majority of left-leaning leaders.
It's Earth Day: Do You Know Where Your President Is?
April 22 2013 8:29 PM EDT
The fifth Earth Day of Barack Obama’s presidency finds campaign promises still unfulfilled, but environmental advocates are still pushing.
Boston Bombing Suspect Struggled With Academics
April 21 2013 6:02 PM EDT
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was failing a number of his college courses before the April 15 terrorist attack that killed three people.
Boston Mayor Believes Brothers Acted Alone, Proud Of City
April 21 2013 4:36 PM EDT
Boston Mayor Tom Menino Sunday morning to discuss the manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombers and how his city will move forward.
Cops Used Robot To Capture Bombing Suspect [VIDEO]
April 21 2013 1:32 PM EDT
Robotics played a key role in apprehending the Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who was captured Friday.
UN Group Slams World Bank's Human-Rights Record
April 21 2013 11:44 AM EDT
A group of independent U.N. advisers has criticized the World Bank's policies in regards to human rights.
Chechen Leader Blames Boston Bombings On America
April 19 2013 12:37 PM EDT
The head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, blames the bombing suspects' alleged actions on their American upbringing.
Chechnya's History Of Terrorism
April 19 2013 11:58 AM EDT
The nation of Chechnya is no stranger to violent struggle, but so far, attacks have never targeted Americans.
Meet The Five Candidates To Head The WTO
April 19 2013 5:56 AM EDT
The World Trade Organization is down to 5 candidates to replace term-ending Director-General Pascal Lamy.
Russia's 'Mark Zuckerberg' Under Investigation
April 18 2013 12:02 PM EDT
Pavel Durov, the "Russian Mark Zuckerberg" and founder of social networking site, VKontakte, is under investigation in relation to a hit-and-run incident.
Bitcoin Learns To Tango
April 17 2013 4:38 PM EDT
As inflation continues to devalue the Argentine peso, citizens are gaining interest in the virtual currency bitcoin.
Australia Urged To Prepare For Waves Of 'Climate Refugees'
April 16 2013 4:53 PM EDT
An advocacy group warns that climate change will drive citizens of small Pacific island nations to flee to Australia and it should prepare now.
South American Nations Accept Socialist Victory In Venezuela
April 16 2013 11:39 AM EDT
The majority of South American nations express support for President-elect Maduro, while the opposition demands a recount.
Venezuela: Will Voters Choose Socialism Or Change?
April 12 2013 11:48 AM EDT
Hugo Chavez’s heir, acting President Nicolas Maduro, will face opposition leader Henrique Capriles Radonski in the election Sunday.
German Neo-Nazi Prison Network Uncovered
April 11 2013 11:59 AM EDT
A neo-Nazi criminal network has been found operating throughout a number of German prisons.
Bitcoin Bubble Is Unavoidable And Necessary: Trader
April 11 2013 8:27 AM EDT
Earlier this week, the bitcoin's value rose above $200 for the first time, a tenfold increase from its value in January.
Beyonce and Jay Z's Cuban Trip Was 'Educational'
April 10 2013 9:48 AM EDT
The U.S. Treasury Department said Beyoncé and Jay-Z trip to Cuba was "educational."
Thatcher's Green Streak
April 09 2013 11:39 AM EDT
Thatcher was a staunch free-market advocate, but she also believed that economic growth should not come at the expense of the environment.
Cool It, Putin: Merkel Chides Russia
April 09 2013 5:41 AM EDT
German Chancellor Angela Merkel advised Russia to improve civil society freedoms, after a recent government crackdown on NGOs.