A six-minute video love letter to India's Narenda Modi looks like a 90s Bollywood parody. Made by supporters, it's proving to be an embarrassment of epic proportions.
Few were surprised that this Brussels neighborhood had a link to violence. It is portrayed as a jihadist breeding ground and a no-go area for police.
Myanmar's army is propping up narco-militia's fueling the worst drug epidemic in Asia. From Thai border police vainly trying to stymie the flood of meth coming over their border, to Christian vigilantes taking the law into their own hands, our partners at GlobalPost investigates the many fronts of Asia's meth wars.
Lebanese are surprised that they are being included in Jeb Bush's statement at the GOP debate about beheadings. There's an occasional bombing, but beheadings?
Happy Diwali! Indians clean out their homes to celebrate the holiday. But Diwali marks a day that is much higher in pollution than most others in India.
A recent court ruling could put Mexico on a path to full legalization of marijuana. But don't light up a joint just yet.
For 256 years, Guinness has made its beer with isinglass. It's a gelatin made from fish bladders. Still up for a frothy pint?
Brazil likes to think of itself as a mixed country without problems of race. But data shows that for every five people killed in the country by police, four are young, black males. Sound familiar?
Raif Badawi, a Saudi Arabian blogger and writer, was just sentenced to 1,000 lashes and 10 years in prison. With him behind bars, why is he still so dangerous to the Saudi government?
Iran is the world’s most misunderstood country. It has been cut off from the West for decades, and during that period much of the world press, with limited access, has joined to demonize it. But after the US and five other world powers signed a landmark accord with Iran, misconceptions are beginning to erode, writes author Stephen Kinzer.