Supporters of the center-left government of President Dilma Rousseff of the Workers' Party marched in a score of Brazilian cities to oppose a coup.
Workers hit the streets last week demanding back pay and to protest against wage cuts and the possibility of unemployment.
A New York Times reporter claims the visit of an African-descended U.S. president to the island could help end silence on an issue which he thinks persists.
It is a hundred years since some 750 men and women threw up barricades and seized strong points in downtown Dublin, to be joined by maybe a thousand more.
Purim festivities emphasize the historic struggle of a people for survival and pride, and this takeaway from the holiday can't be forgotten.
Smoke and mirrors regarding elections must not be allowed to divert activists from the reality of life in the Islamic Republic.
The effort by Pedro Sánchez to form a government brings to mind the story of the hunter who goes into the forest with one bullet in his rifle.
On February 4, the United States and 11 other countries in the "Pacific Rim" signed the controversial Transpacific Partnership.
Finally responding to angry protests, Haitian President Michel Martelly, the son of a Shell Oil executive, stepped down on Sunday.
After weeks of political wrangling saw no party win a majority, an arrangement to install a social democratic-led government now appears possible.