On June 11, 5,000 people came by bus, train, car, a few by bicycle, defying nasty weather to circle the Ramstein Air Base and demand it's closing.
Seventy-five years ago this week, in Operation Barbarossa, German forces suddenly invaded the Soviet Union.
Most alarming, since Germany is the strongest, most central European country, is the strength of its far-right Alternative for Germany.
More than a hundred delegates from organizations around the globe gathered here June 1 for the International Conference for World Peace and Progress.
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.
Milton Howard, a correspondent for the Daily Worker, saw Hitler's death camps. For Holocaust Remembrance Day, we re-publish his account.
U.S. and European leaders say Russia is becoming more "aggressive" lately; with NATO troops on its border, Moscow sees things differently.
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.
It was the first national Bolivarian electoral loss in 17 years, and a palpable sense of betrayal and sorrow has swept over the supporters of Chavez' successor, President Maduro.
A week of horrible carnage, and more pain as the powerful take refuge in clichéd policies that once again turn the wheel of violence.