The U.S. Secretary of State will attempt to initiate a solution for both the Syrian and Palestinian-Israeli conflicts -- for the fourth time.
A Bangladeshi garment factory is continuing to produce Wrangler shirts despite being banned by Wal-Mart, according to a Reuters report.
Former Burmese junta leader Thein Sein is now a democratic friend of the U.S., but critical voices on human rights persist.
The U.S. has by far the greatest variety of military drones in the world. Check out the other 59 countries that also possess military drones.
Syria Update: Assad Using Torture Chambers, Russia Sends Anti-Plane Missiles To Syria, UN Pushes Peace Talks
The death toll in Syria is now above 80,000 and the number of refugees stands at 1.5 million, according to U.N. estimates.
Israel Update: U.S. CIA Chief Makes Unannounced Visit, Fatah Endorses One-State Solution, UN Agency Denies It Supports Wiping Israel Off The Map
CIA Director John Brennan is in Israel following a letter from Fatah officials which declared their support for a one-state solution.
Despite pressure from the U.S. to skip it, Recep Tayyip Erdogan reaffirmed his decision to visit Gaza.
In Saudi Arabia's ongoing war on social media, an official warned Twitter users that they have "lost this world."
Yom Al-Nakba, or Day of the Catastrophe, is a commemoration of the day when hundreds of thousands of Palestinians were forced out of their homes.
A new app, simply titled "American English," is available for download on any phone that runs Java or Android.
Ryan Fogle, who was apprehended Tuesday morning, is the latest high-profile case involving Russia and spies in the post Cold-War era.
Russian authorities have detained a man working at the Moscow U.S. Embassy for allegedly attempting to recruit a Russian intelligence officer.
The Food and Agriculture Organization says that for environmental and health purposes, people should eat bugs.
Bangladesh: With Death Toll From Factory Collapse Now At 1,127; H&M Signs Factory Safety Agreement; Government Will Raise Minimum Wage
The Bangladeshi government said Monday the April 24 garment factory collapse near the capital Dhaka has killed an estimated 1,100 people.
Flew The Coop: Muslim Brotherhood Official Helmy El-Gazzar A No-Show For Scheduled Appearance In D.C.
The Muslim Brotherhood may have forced Helmy El-Gazzar to cancel his address.
Saturday will mark the first time in Pakistan's history that a civilian government has completed a full term in office.
Women of the Wall, a group supporting religious and gender equality, won a huge court battle in Jerusalem. Ultra-religious sects are not pleased.
Prince Harry of England is currently gracing the former colonies with his presence and will be doing so for the next seven days.
More bodies were pulled out of the rubble Thursday night in Bangladesh, and eight others were killed in another factory fire on Thursday.
The official opening of parliament featured high pomp and circumstance, as well as police looking for Guy Fawkes wannabes.
Also, a Bangladeshi minister said 18 other garment factories would be shut down due to safety concerns.
The Belgian prosecutor's office announced Wednesday that 31 people have been arrested in connection with a huge diamond heist in February.
Turkey has one of the highest numbers of Syrian refugees, but the government may not have a sustainable plan for them.
Fateh-110s are short-range ballistic missiles that, experts say, if fired from southern Lebanon, could easily reach Tel Aviv.
Bangladesh Building Collapse: Owner Arrested, May Be Charged With Murder, Death Toll Now More Than 600
The owner of the building in Bangladesh that collapsed is in police custody and may be charged with murder.
April was the deadliest month in Afghanistan, and so far this year close to 50 NATO soldiers have been killed.
The Israeli Air Force struck several targets in Syria on Thursday night. No chemical weapon stockpiles were hit.
Trade, drug trade, and immigration will all be discussed, but some topics will be discussed more openly than others.
May 1, May Day, or various permutations of Laborer's/Workers' Day, is taken seriously in a few parts of the world.
Italy’s New Foreign Minister, Emma Bonino, Has Been Pushing For A New EU Country For Over A Decade: Israel
Israel never applied for European Union membership, but Emma Bonino still wants it in the club.