Moscow is massing its troops along the border with its neighbour amid heightened tension.
Climate hazards could factor into migration of growing numbers of people in developing countries in the decades ahead.
Restaurateur Asma Khan and refugee activist Hassan Akkad discuss problematic social hierarchies and how to disrupt them.
After six decades, Cuba will not have a Castro in an official position of command.
How leading media outlets in Brazil have joined forces to take on Bolsonaro and his COVID denial.
From firing central bank governors to a currency hovering around record lows, investors are losing confidence in Turkey.
US President Joe Biden has imposed new sanctions on Moscow for election meddling and cyber attacks.
Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed said he is staying in office for two more years.
After years of anti-migrant rhetoric and strict border controls, Biden promises a more immigration-friendly policy.
New “anti-separatism” legislation further restricts how Muslims practice their faith.
President Joe Biden will withdraw all US troops from Afghanistan by the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.
As global economy eyes recovery, calls to tax the wealthiest grow.
Many coronavirus vaccines are facing setbacks, from low rates of efficacy to concerns over blood clots.
Iran is blaming Israel for a power blackout at its main nuclear facility, calling it 'an act of nuclear terrorism'.
Refugee filmmaker Hassan Akkad and restaurateur Asma Khan discuss their separate paths for combatting social injustice.
Delay to vaccine deliveries and public hesitancy over inoculation could undermine effort to combat coronavirus.
Pro-British loyalists have been rioting every day for a week, angry about post-Brexit issues.
We look at the lives and legacies of three journalists who broke the mould.
mRNA could open the door to treatments of cancer, heart disease and brain diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
The UN deputy secretary-general discusses the key issues affecting women in her home country and around the world.