Violent attacks have been launched against Ukrainian Communists that have led to deaths and injuries.
On Friday, Feb. 13, a binational meeting took place between committees of the Movement for National Regeneration, in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
Sudan has been in an increasing state of turmoil since its southernmost part broke off in 2011 and formed the Republic of South Sudan.
Around a quarter of a million people marched through Madrid on Saturday in a show of strength by the populist Podemos party.
Almost before the votes were counted in the recent Greek elections, battle lines were being drawn all over Europe.
Radical left leader Alexis Tsipras took over Monday as austerity-wracked Greece's new prime minister.
Recent events here in Germany remind me of a playground see-saw, with constant ups and downs of one side and the other.
The Caribbean Community, known as CARICOM, has once more called for an end to the U.S. blockade of Cuba.
Since the war between Israel and the surrounding Arab states, the mantra for many Israeli politicians has been "Jerusalem, the united and undivided eternal capital of Israel."
The focus so far has been on pushing Obama toward changes he is legally authorized to carry out. The missing link, however, may be popular pressure put on Congress.