Vehicles have been used as weapons in at least 11 deadly attacks since 2016.
An FBI indictment alleges that U.S. President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort and his associate Richard Gates wired over $18 million from offshore accounts. Here's where the FBI says that money went.
Every autumn, one of the world's most spectacular animal migrations takes place in a little-visited corner of Georgia.
As the fourth year of conflict in eastern Ukraine ground on, I journeyed along the front line in Donbas and saw fresh traumas and few signs of healing.
Alaska is not the only territory to have been purchased by the U.S.
Here are other acquisitions that helped to make the country.
It’s been 150 years since the United States purchased Alaska from Russia for $7.2 million, the equivalent of almost $114 million today.
A new law targeting the legacy of Poland’s Soviet-dominated past requires the removal of monuments that glorify communism. The legislation has reignited a long-simmering debate in Poland, and prompted threats of a harsh response from Russia.
Includes those killed, maimed, recruited and used, or denied access to humanitarian aid.
Here are some facts and figures about this celebrated award.
Teachers in Central Asian and South Caucasus countries earn just a fraction of average European teachers' salaries.
Sixty years ago, the U.S.S.R. launched the world’s first artificial satellite into Earth’s orbit. The 1957 achievement sent shock waves around the globe and helped fuel a hallmark of the Cold War: the Space Race.
Hong Kong, Singapore, and New Zealand are the most supportive of economic freedom in the long term, while Balkan countries have experienced more ups and downs.