Anabel Hernandez talks to GlobalPost about why she thinks Mexico’s government is more dangerous than its gangsters.
As Hamas and Israel trade fire, the family of Mohammad Abu Khdeir, kidnapped and burned alive, is still mourning and the neighborhood reeling.
Francis met with a small group of abuse survivors Monday, which was appreciated but no substitute for a true process of justice, advocates say.
Asian TV is enduring a disconcerting fad — for a laugh or to sell soap.
A century on, countries are stepping up efforts to commemorate the war to end all wars.
Meanwhile, a leading presidential candidate embraces a Nazi-themed endorsement, to the tune of ‘We Will Rock You.’
Press freedom in Egypt takes another serious beating.
But it lacks doctors qualified to deal with it, and foreign donors aren’t eager to help.
An investigation shows that gangs are felling vast tracts that once gave the Balkans their name.
Rebels didn’t even let him get to a press conference before seizing an airport.
Sunday’s elections to the European Parliament may be a big yawn for most voters, but they’re set to provide a dramatic boost to far-right parties across the continent.
A regressive definition of rape highlights the country’s stubbornly traditional attitudes toward women.
‘We would hardly notice 55,000 children seeking refuge in our country!’
Five years ago, a Buddhist converted to marry a Muslim in Myanmar’s conflict-torn Rakhine State. He now hides his prior identity due to the threat of retribution by majority Buddhists.
These 9 countries are the world’s most dangerous for minorities.
A year before the next election, parties are flirting with American-style campaigns.
Illegal in the US, newsgathering drones are taking off in Latin American media.
An ambivalent approach in much of Europe toward Putin’s destabilization of Ukraine is crippling efforts to build a resolute EU response.
Germany struggles to manage its mushrooming wolf population.
Researching medicinal weed in the US is a real pain. Cue Uruguay.