Gazprom rattled the European Union by cutting – then restoring –Ukraine's gas supply this week.
Al Qaeda-linked militants and Kurdish ultranationalists are both pressuring Iraq's largest Christian enclave.
While the Democrats battle, McCain can see which attacks are effective.
David Schoen is one foot soldier in the fight, which is growing more intense as fuel and food prices rise and the impact of the subprime mortgage crisis is felt.
Colombian President Álvaro Uribe said Tuesday that his government would ask the International Criminal Court to try Venezuelan leader Hugo Chávez for financing and supporting Colombia's main rebel group.
She wins three of four March 4 primaries, reviving her campaign and setting the stage for a long duel for the Democratic nomination.
Wazhma Frogh, an Afghan, uses her religion to press for women's rights – and development agencies take note.