Awash in color, texture and movement, the winners of the Siena International Photo Awards offer a nostalgic glimpse of life
Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s de facto leader, casts an early ballot for the Nov. 8 general election in Naypyitaw,
Black soldier fly larvae will be one of the animal protein alternatives found in Nestle’s line of ‘eco-friendly’ dog and
A week into a lockdown, Germany is still hoping to cut a sharp increase in the number of coronavirus infections.
Berlin’s Tegel Airport opened in 1948 and is closing Sunday as a new international hub opens after a series of
While the Russian government has avoided official comment on the U.S. election, the prospect of divided government in Washington, D.C.,
Flowers, stuffed animals and photographs of victims of the renewed fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh have piled up outside the Azerbaijani Embassy
The tiny country of Luxembourg is one of the few winners to emerge from Brexit. Analysts say Brexit has been
Kosovo President Hashim Thaci announces his resignation Thursday in the Kosovo capital of Pristina. He said he was stepping down
A Palestinian man collects his belongings after his structure was demolished by Israeli forces in the Jordan Valley in the
As the world focused on the U.S. election, Israel demolished a small Palestinian village. Meanwhile, a former Israeli diplomat decried
Climate change has been a key factor in increasing the risk and extent of wildfires and other catastrophic weather events.
Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, center, arrives for the opening session of the 33rd African Union Summit in Addis Ababa,
Eyewitnesses to Monday’s terror attack in Vienna described harrowing scenes of a gunman shooting people, killing four and wounding more
In 2016, 7% of the nearly 3 million eligible overseas voters cast ballots. But they say they’ve never felt such