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?
Three years after Moscow banned many food imports, Russian farmers talk about how the move has affected their bottom line.
Here’s how people in selected European countries view the respective power and influence of the United States, Russia, and China.
The vast majority of people around the world use up all their vacation days, but most have a hard time leaving their work behind.
Following the latest diplomatic tit-for-tat between the United States and Russia, which involves sanctions on Russia and the expulsion of U.S. diplomatic staff in Russia, we take a look at the diplomatic disputes that marked the past year.
Iran boasts one of the largest and most varied arsenals of rockets and missiles in the Middle East, including both cruise and ballistic missiles and launch vehicles capable of sending satellites into space.
Among Europeans, Macedonians report getting together with family most often. Families in the Baltics, on the other hand, meet up the least.
Research reveals the world’s top (and bottom) public-transport users.
There were an estimated 1.6 million people living with HIV in Eastern Europe and Central Asia at the end of 2016.
A new study reveals the different things people in Eastern
Europe find morally wrong