Syria's national soccer team prepares for a round of playoff games determining who will participate in the World Cup, which would be a first for the country.
Residents of Bangladesh, one of the poorest nations in Asia, are scrambling to provide hundreds of thousands Rohingya refugees pouring over their border with some semblance of normalcy.
Land rights disputes between private land investors and indigenous peoples can delay projects and increase company costs. The Tenure Facility aims to cut down on disputes by strengthening the legal ownership of indigenous lands.
As the nation commemorates the anniversary of the falling of the Berlin Wall, the recent election reveals how little East and West Germans understand each other.
After a series of setbacks surrounding Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May is pushing an agenda that addresses 'uncomfortable truths' in health care, education, and the criminal justice systems.
The Palestinian prime minister paid a visit to the Gaza Strip where Hamas has held power for the past decade. Last week, Hamas relinquished control of the regions government.
The two nations at the heart of the Rohingya crisis search for solutions. But if the Rohingya are finally granted citizenship in Myanmar, would they want it?
The long-strained relationship between the United States and Cuba now faces an unusual cloak-and-dagger mystery. Who is targeting US government workers in Cuba, and why?
In an effort to diversify the economy, the Saudi government begins projects to invest in tourism instead of oil. But private real estate developers are concerned the government initiatives won't allow for private investment.
Despite determined efforts to stop the vote, the Spanish government has a constitutional crisis on its hands after a vote of overwhelming support for Catalonia to move forward on secession.
The United States and others call for a strong stance against Myanmar's military for their part in the Rohingya crisis. But China and Russia urge the United Nations Security Council to work with Myanmar authorities instead of against them.
Armed with protective googles and booties, an 8-year-old Labrador has been sniffing out rubble to help volunteers find missing people. A viral video of Frida at work has captured hearts around the globe.
Once bitter enemies, Russia and Turkey are now strengthening ties to help bring peace to Syria. Their goals are reducing the fighting in de-escalation zones and creating safe conditions for refugees to return home.
Pastor Jerome Smith Sr. runs the Joseph Project, which not only helps urban residents find work but also operates a van service to get them there. The initiative has become a conservative favorite.
After an untruthful tweets about a nonexistent Iranian missile launch posted by President Trump, Iran's foreign minister withdraws diplomatic conversations with the United States.
Unlike the Obama administration, President Trump has said little on Philippine President Duterte's war on drugs. In response, Mr. Duterte has cut down on his criticisms of the US.