Full story - January 26, 2016
Is importing beef Argentina's next step?
Beef is a matter of pride to Argentines. The cattle-herding gaucho is central to the nation's self-image. Can it be that Argentina doesn't make enough beef to feed its people?
Full story - January 25, 2016
Empty desks in European Parliament on Jan. 20, 2016.
Angered by years of economic stagnation or government graft, worried by immigration and fearful of terrorism, voters are rejecting traditional, centrist politicians.
Full story - January 22, 2016
A North Korean soldier stands sentry on the banks of the Yalu River, June 1, 2014.
Currently playing somewhere in the demilitarized zone: a heartfelt South Korean pop song about defying death.
Full story - January 22, 2016
A couple sits in a park next to a mural of Venezuela's late President Hugo Chavez in Caracas on March 9, 2014.
Shortages of basic goods such as milk, rice, corn and diapers have been a problem for years in the South American country. Now sex and health are at risk.
Full story - January 20, 2016
A woman talking on a mobile phone walks past a panel displaying the midday Hang Seng Index in Hong Kong, China January 20, 2016.
Is it time to start stashing your savings under the mattress?
Full story - January 20, 2016
Gina Potes, an acid attack survivor who now runs a foundation to help victims in Colombia.
President Juan Manuel Santos on Monday signed a new law that closes a legal loophole that often allowed attackers to get away scot-free. Official figures acknowledge 628 victims, but women’s rights activists believe the true toll may be far higher.
Full story - January 19, 2016
Donald Trump stands next to a bagpiper during a media event on the sand dunes of the Menie estate, the site for Trump's proposed golf resort, near Aberdeen, north east Scotland May 27, 2010.
He won't be banned outright from the UK, but his name took a bad beating in the legislature of America’s closest ally, just weeks before the US presidential primaries get underway.
Full story - January 18, 2016
Ukraine's little "superior ones" just want to have fun.
The children of ranking officials and wealthy businessmen have long found themselves on the wrong side of the law, but their connections typically get them off the hook.
Full story - January 18, 2016
A supporter of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairperson and presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen celebrates to preliminary results at their party headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan
Whoever leads Taiwan presides over a simmering feud that, if ignited, would suck the US into a very nasty conflict. Enter the newly elected Tsai Ing-wen.
Full story - January 15, 2016
Children play in a pool in front of Punta Hermosa beach, south of Lima, on Jan. 2, 2015.
The levels of UV rays in some areas of South America are soaring. People are being warned to just stay indoors between the peak hours of around 10 am and 4 pm. In Bolivia, there is even a law requiring parents to send their kids to school with a hat. Yet with many, in Peru and Bolivia particularly, living both directly from the land and below the poverty line, the message may not be getting through.

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