Greece's proposed bailout concedes many of the previous demands of its creditors, including higher taxes and cuts in spending. Its left-wing government had staked its credibility on brinksmanship to force Europe and the IMF to bend.
The Pakistan-hosted peace talks ended with both sides committed to resuming the dialogue after Ramadan. But internal Taliban divisions are raising questions.
'Cartel Land' and 'Kingdom of Shadows' reveal a complex world of crime – and justice.
At least 50 Egyptian soldiers have been killed in a series of attacks on military posts in the Sinai Peninsula.
Suspects assaulted the facility in southern France, setting off several small explosives, according to witnesses. One suspect is in custody.
Sugar cane workers make up most of some 20,000 people across Central America who have died of a mysterious kidney disease over the past two decades. A pilot program is delving into why – and testing if small changes in workers' daily practices could yield life-saving benefits and reform a tough industry.
A newly relocated American learns when to climb out a window to get to a meeting on time, among other lessons.
Iraq's largest northern city was invaded a year ago by Islamic State militants. Today, its repressive rule is intact, and the group is pushing outwards from its territory in Iraq and Syria.
Some 200,000 people marched in Buenos Aires this week amid outrage over two deadly attacks against a teacher and a young teen. Thousands took to the streets in other Argentine cities as well as in Chile and Uruguay.
A US-led coalition is struggling to hold back Islamic State on the battlefield in both Iraq and Syria. Now, the key Syrian city of Aleppo may be at stake.