The last six of 45 Zimbabwean detainees arrested last month for watching a video about the Egypt and Tunisia uprisings were released on bail today.
Airlines operating flights to Japan are balancing concerns about their ability to keep to their schedules, keep their crew safe from radiation, and avoid losing too much money.
The US today urged the evacuation of its citizens within a 50-mile radius of the Fukushima Daiishi nuclear power plant. This reporter has found a snow storm makes that a bit tricky.
After years of stalemate, a glimmer of light for Fatah-Hamas reconciliation.
Bahrain appears to be shifting strategy from offers of dialogue to suppressing the protests. But the heavy-handed tactics seem to be merely hardening protesters' resolve.
Like other sub-Saharan African countries such as Uganda, Burkina Faso’s government seems nervous about the possibility of a protest movement gaining steam.
An underground railway project in Rome could bring Michelangelo's iconic David tumbling down because of weak marble around its ankles.
'The earthquake shook a lot of pieces loose, not the least of which were in the Japanese psyche,' said political scientist George Friedman. This will likely cause a shift in energy policy to one more dependent on others.