At least 20 people died when the SCAT airlines jet crashed in heavy fog near Almaty, Kazakhstan. SCAT is banned from flying within the European Union.
Islamist militants have taken gas plant workers from at least ten countries - including the United States - hostage in the Saharan desert.
The cause of Japan's deflation isn't monetary, it's demographic. Inflationary policy won't work in the long term.
Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman will likely come under heavy pressure to resign after today's charges from the Israeli attorney general.
Transparency International ranks Greece, along with other European countries racked by the financial crisis, poorly in its 2012 Corruption Perceptions Index.
Rebels fighting against the Democratic Republic of Congo government have made their way to just outside the city of Goma, while refugees again flee from the rebel attack.
Communist Poland tried to stamp out Wroclaw's history – as the once-German city of Breslau – upon taking control of the city after World War II. But Wroclaw now is embracing its past.
Democracy and digitalization make urgent demands. How, and how fast, can the US adjust?
Pussy Riot – which has members beyond the three convicted – isn't your typical band that performs songs back to back in a live concert. But the group now has worldwide recognition and is expected to continue recording.
Classicist Anthony Everitt recounts the story of Rome's ascent to greatness as a republic and empire.