Revelers prepare for Holy Week; Myanmar celebrates its New Year water festival; and the search for survivors of the South Korea ferry sinking continues.
Slogans won't stop another genocide like Rwanda's. But there are other things that might.
The world's most isolated ocean has a long history of making things disappear.
Hey, world, we Malaysians know you want straight answers about MH370. But you’re asking the wrong government.
How powerful political forces have kept the Japanese nuclear industry going strong after the Fukushima disaster
250,000 tons of radioactive soil is sitting in plastic bags around the nuclear plant -- and Japan doesn't know what to do with it.
60 years ago, London was even more polluted than Beijing is today.
Embroiled in a nasty legal fight over the South China Sea, Beijing is putting Manila on notice -- even in the midst of tragedy.
In Syria's little town that could, the death and resurrection of the witty, profane campaign to show the world the tragedy of civil war.
Is censorship of an unfolding disaster in Yuyao backfiring?
The U.N. Security Council resolution Washington and Moscow are about to agree on all but ensures more Syrians will die.
We've already tried breaking up the DRC -- and more than 1 million people died.
In trying to save Egypt, the military and the Brotherhood may end up destroying it.
A scary virus is sweeping Saudi Arabia. Six million religious pilgrims are about to descend on the country from across the world. The result could be disastrous.
Egypt is on the brink -- not of something better than the old Mubarak dictatorship, but of something even worse.
Why Obama’s small plan to send small arms to the Syrian rebels might fail on all counts.
The battle for a town on the Lebanese border marks the kingdom's first attempt to lead Syria's fractured opposition.