by Beenish Ahmed Oct 8, 2015
“It’s not really about a history of events. It’s a history of emotions," Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy Sara Danius said following the announcement of the award.
by Justin Salhani Oct 6, 2015
According to Turkish estimates, 3 million more Syrians could flee from Aleppo, Syria’s largest city, and the surrounding neighborhoods.
by Justin Salhani Oct 2, 2015
The seven governments said they were concerned over the Russian airstrikes that caused civilian casualties in Hama, Homs and Idlib -- areas where an ISIS presence is minimal at best.
by Justin Salhani Sep 30, 2015
The area hit is controlled by a rebel faction that is neither ISIS nor Jabhat al-Nusra -- Syria’s al-Qaeda branch.
by Jessica Goldstein Aug 30, 2015
Moscow Premiere will be replaced with the government-sanctioned Youth Festival of Life Affirming Film.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 20, 2015
The story seems to belong in a sci-fi thriller more than the pages of a newspaper, but dolphins actually make for really good spies.
by Lauren C. Williams Aug 7, 2015
The attack caused officials to take their email system offline for two weeks.
by Alan Pyke Jul 18, 2015
Russia is set to host the 2018 World Cup. But its response to rampant fan racism in its top flight soccer league leaves much to be desired.
by Travis Waldron Jun 2, 2015
FIFA president Sepp Blatter will resign after a week of corruption allegations. But FIFA faces challenges and questions about its ability to reform itself.
by Travis Waldron May 26, 2015
A new governmental plan would send prison laborers to factories to supply goods for Russia's World Cup projects.