Israel says it wants to lift its Bedouin citizens out of poverty. But it keeps demolishing their villages.
How the supreme leader's revolutionary acceptance of cutting-edge fertility treatments is changing lives in Iran -- and unsettling the deeply conservative Sunni Middle East.
South America's superpower is shoving its weight around across the continent -- and the natives aren't exactly thrilled.
François Hollande's trip to America was a quiet success. But did he just appoint an unruly team of rivals as his ministers back home?
France has chosen François Hollande, but can she fall in love with a man who lacks the passion of leaders past?
With friends and foes ganging up on him, Nicolas Sarkozy's run for a second term is looking bleak.
Muammar al-Qaddafi may be history in Libya, but in this remote African kingdom he reigns supreme.
Will the massacre in France turn out to be Nicolas Sarkozy's Oklahoma City?
Welcome to the Serena Hotels, outposts of multi-star luxury in countries with zero-star conditions.
The Rainbow Nation has finally arrived on the world stage -- but did its conscience stay at home?
So what if it has the world's highest per capita GDP? A visit to the debt-ridden capital of European complacency.
Why is Delhi building a new Berlin Wall to keep out its Bangladeshi neighbors?
Medellín's rebirth is nothing short of astonishing. But have the drug lords really been vanquished?
Mexico's increasingly destitute poor are turning to what the U.S. military calls a "death cult" for comfort.