The number of children killed and injured in Afghanistan’s war has risen sharply this year, the U.N. Children’s Fund, said, calling the trend “unacceptable” and “very worrying.”
AAA foundation for traffic safety points to a new study by the University of Utah that shows mental overload is compromising drivers’ attention.
With President Barack Obama weighing the issue, increasingly desperate Syrian rebels are pressing the U.S. and its allies to send weapons to even their odds now that Lebanon’s powerful Hezbollah guerrillas are fighting alongside the regime.
After Cuban scientists studied the effects of climate change on this island’s 3,500 miles (5,630 kilometers) of coastline, their discoveries were so alarming that officials didn’t share the results with the public to avoid causing panic.
A state-funded museum in Paris is causing outrage among France’s Jewish community for a photo exhibit that calls Palestinian suicide bombers “martyrs.”
The former CIA employee who leaked top-secret information about U.S. surveillance programs said in a new interview in Hong Kong on Wednesday that he is not attempting to hide from justice here but hopes to use the city as a base to reveal wrongdoing.
Turkey’s Islamic-led government is facing its biggest protests in years as demonstrators and police clash in the streets. Here’s a look behind the scenes
The office of Algeria’s president says the leader’s health is improving under treatment in France, despite media reports to the contrary.
By holing up in Hong Kong, the American defense contractor who says he leaked information on classified U.S. surveillance programs has found an unlikely refuge from extradition.
Leon Wieseltier has long maintained a close relationship with the state of Israel. But the Jewish-American author now fears the country’s survival may be in jeopardy