The breakaway region, internationally considered part of Georgia, has been under effective Russian control since 2008.
With increased competition and fewer new subscribers, the world's largest telecom, China Mobile Ltd., posted lower than estimated profits.
In a quiet move, the U.S. State Department cut millions in funding to Mexico tied with the drug war over the Mexican government's failure to improve human rights conditions.
German leaders denounced Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West ahead of what is expected to be a large rally on its anniversary Monday.
NATO's Exercise Trident Juncture will test out the alliance's rapid response forces at a moment of continued Russian aggression in Europe.
Three houses of worship were destroyed Monday in the province of Aceh, as hardline Muslim groups called for 10 more churches to be destroyed.
A small country once bombed by NATO could become the alliance's newest member as nations in Europe grow anxious about Russian aggression.
The Philippines and Vietnam remain vulnerable to Chinese cyberattacks, as the smaller nations challenge China's claims in the South China Sea.
Ukraine won a nonpermanent U.N. Security Council seat Thursday, setting up future shouting matches and possible calls for veto reform.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said Russia's aggression has caused the Pentagon to re-examine its strategy in Europe, including cyberwarfare and nuclear deterrence.
Sales of Burberry trench coats and Louis Vuitton handbags have been hit by the economic slowdown in China, with sales down from last year.
Ukraine bought a $3 billion bond from Russia right before former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych was overthrown in 2014.
Three Democratic presidential candidates argued for the policy during Tuesday night's debate, as only three states offer it.
Despite global economic uncertainty, the U.K. saw its unemployment rate fall with the highest number of people working since 1971.
The Democrat, a former U.S. senator from Virginia, is polling at only 2 percent. But he has a long background of public service.
An appeals court said Tuesday that the NYPD's surveillance program targeting Muslims was similar to how Japanese-Americans were targeted during World War II.
Where did the missile come from that brought down MH17? That and other questions remained unanswered following an official report released Tuesday.
The Russian president accused the U.S. of not wanting to share intelligence or cooperate over the conflict and Syria.
While some small businesses are planning wage increases, the majority are worried about taxes and a poor business climate in the U.S.
Two different lawsuits are trying to bring justice to the families of MH17 by going after the people who shot down the plane and the Ukrainian government that left its airspace open.
Russian missile strikes in Syria have caused aviation regulators to issue warnings about potential danger over Iran, Iraq and the Caspian Sea.
Faced with an economic downturn prompted by low oil prices and sanctions, Russia slashed the TV network's budget.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who does not believe climate change is real, took to Twitter Sunday to criticize President Obama's stance on climate leadership.
President Barack Obama said Hillary Clinton should have been more sensitive to how she handled private information but her private email server did not threaten national security.
President Barack Obama said the U.S. would try to use diplomatic channels to work with Iran and Russia to pressure Syrian President Bashar Assad for a “transition.”
A police officer was shot and killed Sunday in Memphis at a moment of increased tension over gun control in the U.S.
Twenty-four Palestinians and four Israelis have died in a new wave of attacks in Israel, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip that could spiral into another intifada, or uprising.
A guide to the history and traditions behind the Great White North's version of the holiday.
California Gov. Jerry Brown's move will affect four high schools in the nation's largest state.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko was re-elected with over 80 percent of the vote on promises to build closer ties with the EU and U.S.