By Hayes Brown on February 21, 2014
Over 95.5 percent of Syria's deadliest chemical weapons remain in the country, the U.S. representative to the OPCW lamented on Friday.
By Travis Waldron on February 5, 2014
Four months before the 2014 World Cup, video of police beating a soccer fan raise questions about police brutality and impunity in Brazil.
By Zack Beauchamp on February 3, 2014
Why this might be happening now.
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By Hayes Brown on January 29, 2014
A U.S.-funded hospital in Afghanistan is reportedly so poorly constructed, "patients, including newborn infants, are washed in untreated river water."
By Mike Rivera on January 28, 2014
A former Fox News contributor doesn't want to be blamed for a revolution but would lead one if given the troops.
By Ben Armbruster on January 28, 2014
Sen. Angus King (I-ME) suggested that new Iran sanctions push is dead, but that Iran hawks aren't giving up the fight.
By Hayes Brown on January 28, 2014
A 32,000 ton ship is on its way to the Mediterranean in a first-of-its-kind mission to destroy a chemical arsenal at sea.
By Hayes Brown on January 27, 2014
Despite promises, the Syrian government is still blocking aid to a neighborhood of Damascus that residents say are being punished through starvation.
Three years after the Arab Uprisings,Tunisia has come up with a constitution more progressive in many ways than the United States.
By Hayes Brown on January 24, 2014
Now that a cease-fire between government and rebels is in effect, the more than half a million who fled the fighting wait to see if it's safe to go home.