Recent economic data from Russia shows that US-led Western economic sanctions that have hit the ruble might actually be working in Moscow's favor.
Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi's killing did not bring democracy to Libya but created more divisions and mismanagement, which makes some miss the days of the dictator.
A young software engineer Oscar Ekponimo developed an app, Chowberry, which connects grocery stores with non-profits and non-profits with hungry people.
In pictures: More and more gated communities are sprouting in Argentina's suburbs, giving a major boost to private security firms.
Many experts argue that Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance in Saudi Arabia’s Istanbul consulate is an extraordinary incident, signaling an internal power struggle in Riyadh.
As Indian women feature at the top of global female suicide rate, we met a group of survivors from Bangalore city who explained how suicidal thoughts crept into their minds.
The shuttering of the PLO office in the US, and the Trump administration's open hostility against Palestinians, puts US diplomatic relations in a time machine back to before the Oslo Accords.
Emulating the role of a private contractor, the Indian government has recruited a 30,000-strong force in India-administered Kashmir, using them as a tool to suppress the Kashmiri freedom struggle and pitting them against their own community.
A female tiger suspected of killing 13 people has become a flashpoint between authorities who refuse to rule out shooting and activists who say efforts must be made to capture the trio alive.
Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been missing for ten days, feared dead - and all fingers are pointing at the Saudi Kingdom. Here is what legal experts have to say about the implications of a potential murder case.
After the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, will Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman face greater criticism?
The Syrian conflict has become a platform for Russia to demonstrate its new assertiveness across the Middle East. Moscow has also used the Syrian war to advertise its new weapon technology to the world’s arms market, experts say.
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