Australian sculptor brings a rare civic vision to his geoglyphs the world over.
Prime Minister Prachanda resigned Monday after coalition partners and the president opposed the move.
Maoist leader steps down in the country's worst crisis since a peace deal in 2006 ended more than a decade of civil war.
Some 35,000 members of the legendary brigade have been denied the right to retire in the country they served.
The girl's courage has prompted India, where nearly half of all females wed before age 18, to consider the consequences of marrying young.
Fair-trade clothing is a hit in Europe. But some wonder if American will buy into this trend.
A documentary critical of the North, filmed by a family member of one of the journalists, could complicate their case.
Readers write about bullet trains in the US, purchasing guns to prevent crime, and the legalization of gay marriage in Iowa.
Benalmádena’s Enlightenment Stupa is a karmic surprise amid the Moorish minarets and ancient Christian steeples.
As Tibetans mark 50 years since China's occupation of Tibet, the exile community sees a major accomplishment in creating a network of schools that preserves their language and culture.