Britons are digesting new revelations that the king-in-waiting lobbied government ministers over policies on education, the environment, and healthcare.
Tens of thousands of Israelis joined a Facebook group that called for incitement against Palestinians, as part of a larger trend of right-wing Israeli and settler violence
The murder of a Palestinian teenager overnight - which his friends and neighbors are convinced was an act of revenge for the killing of three Israeli teens – sparked clashes in East Jerusalem.
Nicolas Sarkozy spent much of Tuesday being questioned about possible influence peddling within the French government.
Almost certainly not, as a look at recent writing on the question shows.
The building in the West Bank houses an extended Palestinian family in which one brother, a Hamas operative and former prisoner, is accused of the murder of an Israeli police officer.
The USA lost to Belgium in the World Cup Tuesday, ending a tournament that showed signs of progress. But the same old weaknesses kept popping up, too.
And if a small fortune spent over nearly 10 years, along with tens of thousands of American military trainers, didn't work, what can a few hundred advisers hope to do?
Under pressure from the West, Bulgaria halted construction of the Russia-backed South Stream gas pipeline – which played a role in the Bulgarian president's decision this weekend to dissolve the government.
In an attempt to jumpstart Cuba's economy and shed unprofitable state enterprises, the government is converting select businesses into cooperatives. It's an adjustment for many Cuban workers.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki also offered amnesty to Sunni militants during a televised speech to the nation Wednesday.
Israeli police clashed with Palestinians Wednesday in the nation's capital, following the funeral for three Israeli teenagers, the kidnapping of an Arab teenager, and the discovery of a body.
Is Nigeria bifurcating between the teeming urban corridor of Lagos-Ibadan, and the Boko Haram-infested northeast, where killings happen daily?
Gita Wolf collaborates with India's women tribal artists to create award-winning books and help the women step across the gulf that divides them from the modern world.
The revelation could cast a cloud over US-Indian trade and defense diplomacy. Last December the two countries had a bilateral spat over the arrest of an Indian diplomat in New York.
Mahmoud Abbas condemned the abduction of three Israeli teens who were buried yesterday. But his nonviolent stance has won him little support from Israel and has angered Palestinians.
Ten years ago the UN Security Council mandated the dreaded Janjaweed militia be disarmed. They never really were.
In a Monitor interview, Abdullah Abdullah called for additional scrutiny of ballots from a contentious runoff vote in June. The election commission has delayed the release of initial results.
The USA was knocked out of the World Cup, 2-1, in extra time against Belgium. America was on its heels for most of the game, but the final 15 minutes were heart-stopping.
Hebrew and Arabic news outlets differ sharply in their reporting on the three-week kidnapping and Israel’s response. The differences reflect the distrust that exists between the two sides.