Tuesday, after invoking Kosovo to recognize two separatist republics, Russia changed its tack.
How does a daughter live up to a mother whose globetrotting jobs take her to the most dangerous corners of the globe?
From Kenya to Cambodia, the World Food Program's offices are struggling to meet their budgets in the face of price increases, sometimes having to suspend vital programs.
The Central Asian nation throws Borat a counterpunch.
Towed by camels and laughed at by pedestrians, the lowly Trabant is a modern-day Marco Polo for a good cause.
A quarter of a million citizens need immediate food assistance after a record-cold winter left most of the Central Asian country without electricity.
A chat with an Ethiopian man at the airport inspired her to learn more about the world.
Monitor correspondents and experts suggest what to watch for in eight international conflicts.
Who would foreigners like to see at the helm of the world's superpower – a Republican or Democrat?