The EU agreed to give Greece a $170 billion bailout, rescuing the country from a default next month. But after five years of recession, the economic outlook is still not promising.
European governments are expected to sign off on a second bailout for Greece today. But conditions set on rescue money have fueled populist unrest in southern Europe.
Lauded for its economic stability and entrepreneurial opportunities, interns and career changers alike are looking to Latin America to launch their careers.
Crisis Action acts like a coach or talent scout for humanitarian and other citizen groups – but always behind the scenes.
Though Athens is still taking steps to contain the damage, most of Europe is skeptical that Greece will dodge a default.
Serbs living in northern Kosovo overwhelmingly rejected the state's independence in a referendum, voting against accepting rule from Albanian-dominated Pristina.
Iran has threatened to cut off its oil exports to Europe unless European countries agree to a series of economic concessions that would go against recently approved sanctions.
When the Great Depression hit, many Americans were able to live off the land and wait it out. In today's sour economy, that's less of an option.
ACTA, a controversial international anti-piracy agreement that has riled up Europe, brought out huge crowds in Germany and split top government officials.
A Malaysian lawyers' group blamed Malaysia for handing Hamza Kashgari over to the Saudi authorities 'on a silver platter.' Mr. Kashgari allegedly insulted the prophet Muhammed on Twitter.