Russia and Turkey even disagree over whether a letter the Turkish president sent his Russian counterpart is an apology or not.
All Hands Volunteers has enabled more than 35,000 people to bring aid to places ranging from post-Sandy Brooklyn to Ofunato, Japan, after the 2011 tsunami.
Despite European Union pressure, Britain isn't in a hurry to trigger the 'exit clause' from the EU.
Preparations are coming down to the wire as Rio de Janeiro braces for the Games of the XXXI Olympiad, beginning August 5.
Michelle, Sasha, and Malia are in North Africa and Spain for a six-day tour to highlight education, especially for girls, as USAID commits $27 million to the Obamas' Let Girls Learn initiative.
The International Cycling Union has taken a strong stance against hidden motors at the Tour de France in the wake of other doping scandals including those of past tour winners Lance Armstrong and Alberto Contador.
A court had instructed the treasury to compile the report after ruling that President Jacob Zuma violated the constitution by inappropriately benefitting from state funding.
French authorities said the inquiry was launched as an accident investigation, not a terrorism investigation.
Residents see the traditional system as a prime example of how communities can work together to overcome the challenges of their environment. But how widely it could be used remains a question.