Argentina has taken the United States to the International Court of Justice in the Hague over a U.S. federal judge's actions in a dispute about bond payments.
When politicians vacation and little action is expected, the words German journalists use for this is "Saure-Gurken-Zeit" or "sour pickle time."
Although we read that Africa is making great strides, most of its countries, particularly those South of the Sahara, are still at the bottom of any measures of human wellbeing.
Mayor Kazumi Matsui called on President Obama and other world leaders to visit the city to see the scars of the atomic bombing first hand.
Join People's World co-editor Susan Webb Thursday morning, in a conversation and call to action.
The crisis in Eastern Ukraine is coming to a head, with intensified fighting and mounting casualties, including many civilians.
People with their own agendas push their versions of who is to blame, there is a shooting war between military forces and local militias, and half a million refugees have crossed into Russia.
The U.S. public knows almost nothing about this internationalized project involving the restoration of vision for enormous numbers of people.
Hundreds of Israeli Jews visited the mourning family of Muhammad Abu Khdeir in Jerusalem on Tuesday to express condolences over the vicious killing of the Palestinian teenager last week.
In early June, Europe had to digest the results of the European Parliament elections - and choke down some pretty nasty clumps.