Elections have just concluded after a campaign dominated by the issue of reunification between the island's Greek and Turkish communities.
A court in Buenos Aires convicted General Reynaldo Bignone and 14 other officers of crimes against humanity committed during the "Dirty War" of 1976-83.
On June 23, the European Union will be put to the test when Britain - its second-largest economy - votes on whether to stay in or bail out.
Milton Howard, a correspondent for the Daily Worker, saw Hitler's death camps. For Holocaust Remembrance Day, we re-publish his account.
30 years into a program of "renewal" of its socialist system, Vietnam faces a world dominated by free trade agreements, competition, and global capital.
A team of forensics experts looking into the disappearance of 43 students has finished its work.
The Supreme Court finally heard arguments on the case involving Obama's executive orders protecting non-criminal undocumented immigrants.
Three decades ago, Vietnam embarked on what it calls a "renewal" process that brought rapid development after years of war, famine, and poverty.
Money alone won't reverse the human and ecological casualties Agent Orange has dealt, but financial reparations would be a step in dealing with a dark part of history.
Today, primary education is compulsory and tuition "free," and according to statistics, the national literacy rate in Vietnam has reached 97.3 percent for those aged 15-50.