Job prospects and dreams fade with crisis.
Readers write about whether Israel should release its Palestinian prisoners, thoughts on the passing of columnist Mel Maddocks, and the political tumult in Canada.
No nation has the authority to pardon violations of international law.
European holiday markets, which date back centuries, are enjoying renewed popularity.
Radovan Karadzic appears Friday to answer to charges of war crimes in the 1990s.
A mixed verdict against Salim Ahmed Hamdan has his defense lawyers preparing to appeal to federal civilian courts.
The Bosnian Serb leader's arrival at the UN war crimes court offers it a second chance after the inconclusive trial of Slobodan Milosevic.
How a second-rate painter fooled Europe and the Nazis.