Forty years after the American war in Vietnam ended in ignominious defeat, the traces of that terrible conflict are disappearing.
The North German city with the very tourist-attractive name "Wolfsburg" boasts of two things, though both are second best.
"The strike is a message to the government: We will not accept being treated as second- or third-class citizens."
Some 300 U.S. military personnel are carrying out a training program for the Ukrainian National Guard near the city of Lviv.
Plans to construct an anti-communist monument in Ottawa, honoring the alleged "victims" of communism, are encountering opposition.
The Union of South American Nations has called on President Obama to revoke sanctions he imposed by executive order March 9 against Venezuela.
Violent attacks have been launched against Ukrainian Communists that have led to deaths and injuries.
Conservative Party's new legislation if passed will further undermine Canadian privacy rights, civil liberties and freedom of speech.
The chair of the Communist Party of Brazil, Renato Rabelo, discusses the reelection of Dilma Rousseff of the Workers' Party to the presidency of Brazil.
All eyes are on Greece, where left-wing Alexis Tsipras became the new prime minister on Monday, Jan. 26.