Three aid workers were kidnapped this week, while others express concern about the health of the 1.1 million Darfuris left without assistance.
But the expulsion of 13 aid groups from Sudan is more than a humanitarian crisis. It may reignite regional conflicts in the country – and beyond, say analysts.
The Congolese ex-militia leader is the first man to stand trial at the International Criminal Court. Back home, some defend their native son as simply protecting his people.
Lebanese officials worry that Gaza has overshadowed efforts to help Palestinian refugees there rebuild from a 2007 battle between the Army and militants.
China's foreign minister will visit Washington today amid tension over Tibet and a US-China naval clash in the South China Sea.
Iran's nuclear program prompts Israel to signal possible action in 2010. More sanctions could become an option.
Bioethicist Peter Singer challenges all of us to rethink our ideas about “a good life.”
The US Navy has accused Chinese ships of harassing a US submarine-tracking vessel in the South China Sea.