Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the London attack that killed five people on Wednesday.
New talks in Geneva are fueling hopes of reunification for the long-divided island of Cyprus.
Comments from Trump’s nominee for secretary of state suggest a more confrontational stance in the South China Sea.
Sanctions and the price of oil will determine the story of Russia’s economic performance in 2017.
A report from the US intelligence community on Russian hacking is dividing the US electorate along partisan lines.
The Rohingya crisis in Myanmar’s Rakhine state is drawing international condemnation and fraying relations between the civilian and military authorities.
A new deal is being finalized to end the war between FARC and the Colombian government.
The loss of Islamic State’s last major holding in Iraq could usher in a new phase of state and sectarian conflict along the Iraq-Syria border.
A simmering political crisis in the DRC risks civil war and disintegration in the long-suffering African state.
Armed groups continue to prey on local populations in the eastern DRC and frustrate any possibility of economic development.