Almost before the votes were counted in the recent Greek elections, battle lines were being drawn all over Europe.
All eyes are on Greece, where left-wing Alexis Tsipras became the new prime minister on Monday, Jan. 26.
It is estimated that 1.3 million people were killed at the Auschwitz extermination camp, of which 90 per cent were Jews.
"Let's be clear: the actions we take in 2015 will decide which way the world turns for decades to come; please take the right path."
Recent events here in Germany remind me of a playground see-saw, with constant ups and downs of one side and the other.
A new report exposes how indigenous women in Canada are being murdered and are disappearing at alarming rates.
The dramatic announcement by Raul Castro and Barack Obama on the normalization of relations between Cuba and the U.S. has already borne fruit.
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro was touring the world in January as troubles mounted at home.
The Japanese Communist Party scored historic gains in December's parliamentary elections, and most strikingly in Okinawa.
In recent discussions with export apparel workers in Port-au-Prince, the AFL-CIO's Solidarity Center found that workers pay half their daily wage on two daily meals.