Is the Venezuelan government’s money tree withering at the root?
The army has taken control of Harare and placed longtime President Robert Mugabe and his wife under house arrest.
A new bust suggests that North Africa-based militant groups and the Italy-based mafia are cooperating and reaping big profits from drug trafficking in the MENA region.
Are we entering a new phase of the Saudi-Iran contest for the Middle East?
The first charges in Mueller’s Russia probe are unlikely to put a real dent in President Trump’s popularity ratings, let alone lead to impeachment proceedings.
Opposition politician Raila Odinga gambled by calling for a boycott of the second presidential vote. Will the move pay off with a high office, or is Kenya about to descend back into political instability and violence?
As global demand for tin increases, so too does pressure on tin producers to comply with ethical supply legislation, particularly in hotspots like the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Turkey’s post-coup purges have come to a head with the trial of 11 human rights activists on terrorism charges.
Moldova’s foreign policy could swing toward Russia when pro-EU parties face angry voters in elections next spring.
Spain’s political crisis is ramping up ahead of the expected declaration of independence on October 9.