French President Emmanuel Macron vowed to cut taxes in his national address Thursday. But some social justice activists aren’t satisfied with his plans for reform.
Poverty is often seen as one of the reasons for radicalization, but it is often the disproportionately educated and wealthy who participate in terrorist attacks.
Armed civilians loyal to embattled President Nicolás Maduro are more trusted than the military to restore order and quell dissent in Venezuela.
In El Salvador, erratic weather is taking a big toll, agricultural experts say, compounding the challenges for coffee farmers at a critical moment.
The US has told five countries that they must stop buying Iranian oil. But China may continue to import Iranian crude, despite Washington's protests.
India's parliamentary elections, now underway, will show how social media is affecting Indian society and government.
After 39 days of waiting, families displaced by extreme violence in Guerrero State finally got an answer from AMLO: go back home.
More than 100 people were killed in the St. Sebastian church in the village of Katuwapitiya. On Tuesday, the community gathered to mourn their dead in mass funerals.
It's still too early to expect movement on the genocide recognition issue in Turkey, but "Armenianness" is no longer a black mark.
With no experience and a limited policy platform, comedian-turned-president Volodymyr Zelenskiy might not change much in Ukraine, but his landslide victory still says something about voters' frustrations.