The assassination of Ahmed Wali Karzai in Kandahar is one of those moments when the long and bloody Afghanistan war comes into focus.
Serbia harbors more refugees than any other European country.
Are we being dragged into a war whose means violate the Geneva Conventions? It is hard not to answer that question in anything but the affirmative.
The two European NATO countries which have spearheaded the intervention in war torn Libya, the United Kingdom and France, are calling for an intensification of the intervention.
Paramilitary forces have displaced over four million rural people from 16 million acres of land.
Elections in an East German state were largely overshadowed by the news from Japan and, far more, from Libya.
Somalia: Fighting, danger to civilians mount; South Korea: Villagers protest U.S. naval base; Cuba: Building oil partnership with Russian firms; Colombia: New human rights failures; Israel: Prospect of short track to Palestinian sovereignty riles government
It's' time to take these proposals seriously, for the sake of all concerned, in Afghanistan and here at home.
Even on some of the decisions agreed to in Cancun, many crucial details were postponed at least until next year's round of negotiations, but Ban Ki-moon says it's better than nothing.
The right denies the problem of global warming; the New York Times complains that Congress isn't doing enough to meet the threat. So is global warming getting worse or not?