This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution in 1917. Take a look back at Soviet propaganda in poster form.
By Sebastian Rich
Five-year-old Mustafa is slowly coping after years of screaming with night terrors, and memories of his mother and father lying bloodied in the dust in Aleppo, Syria.
By Larisa Epatko
Visitors to the new Kitsch Museum in Bucharest, Romania, can see a crucifix nightlight and Last Supper clock, among dozens of other gilded baubles and plaster statues of the pre-1989 communist era.
By Abbey Oldham
Venezuela's opposition rallied again this week against President Nicolas Maduro's plan to rewrite the constitution, accusing him of delaying elections to cling to power.
By Larisa Epatko
A swell of yellow, black and red crabs recently skittered from nearby forests to the turquoise waters of Cuba’s Bay of Pigs.
Health workers recently fanned across Yemen to vaccinate millions of children against polio, one of the disease risks in a country immersed in conflict.
Britain's longest-reigning monarch Queen Elizabeth II turned 91 years old on Friday with gun salutes and birthday wishes on Twitter. View photos of the queen growing up in the royal family.
Turks vote Sunday on a referendum that would expand President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s powers, including allowing him to dismiss the parliament.
The last famine to hit Somalia was in 2011 when 260,000 people died, about half of them children under 5. Humanitarian organizations fear this year’s drought could lead to something even worse.
Canada, known for setting out the welcome mat for refugees, has attracted hundreds of asylum-seekers over the past few months. These immigrants, mainly from Africa and the Middle East, are entering illegally from the U.S., though the exact reason is…
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