Study reveals that on average 75% of Europeans tend to trust their national army.
Italy and Romania report the highest number of measles cases so far this year. But, in fact, most of Europe has seen an increase.
The United States' active-duty military presence overseas is at its lowest level in six decades. These are the top 10 foreign countries where U.S. military personnel are stationed.
Iceland and New Zealand scored highest in a new Gallup index of people's willingness to
accept migrants. Macedonia, Montenegro, and Hungary are among the least accepting places.
President Donald Trump will keep U.S. forces in Afghanistan, reversing a campaign pledge to end the U.S. military's presence in the country. Here is a history of the changes in troop levels from 2001 to the present.
The United States announced the suspension of all nonimmigrant visa (NIV) operations in Russia from August 23 and "greatly reduced" NIV operations from September 1. Here are the NIV numbers for Russians over the past two decades.
Vehicles were used as weapons when they plowed into pedestrians during these attacks in Europe.
One photographer's mission to capture Georgia from above before new laws limit the use of drones.
A U.S. Commission On International Religious Freedom report reveals that 69 countries around the world have blasphemy laws.
Pyongyang claims its missiles can strike Guam, the U.S. Pacific territory 3,400 kilometers away.
Here's what experts believe.
Poverty and social inequality are Europeans' top concern collectively, says pollster IPSOS, then unemployment and corruption. Here are individual countries' biggest worries.
The people of Singapore feel safer than any other nation, says Gallup, which ranked countries by respondents' sense of personal security and experience with crime. Do perceived "security" and civil liberties correlate?