Articles By Daniel Tovrov
Cocaine use is down in the United States and production is down in Colombia, but is America really winning the war on drugs?
Shaking hands with Poland's free market champion is an important image for Romney. And despite being shunned by Solidarity, Romney still praised the movement for freeing Poland from the yoke of communism.
An estimated $2 billion a year -- twice Guinea-Bissau's GDP -- comes into the country from the drug trade under the eyes of the military, whose leadership is considered "drug kingpins" by the U.S. government.
"This is not only damaging us but the whole [Russian] judicial system. It's a disgrace," one of Pussy Riot's lawyers, Nikolai Polozov, commented at the start of the trial on Monday.
Romney has said that "there's no question (my experiences in the church) helped shape my perspective" and that his trip to Israel, which included a visit to the Wailing Wall, had a spiritual impact on him.
Romney and Obama essentially have identical stances on Iran, but the Republican candidate has tried to appear more hawkish when it comes to defending Israel.
Why Ghana has been spared much of the chaos that surrounds it in West Africa?
Police physically barred people from visiting the site of the crash, including one Wenzhou survivor and two bloggers who were taken into custody for trying to enter the area.
Despite the wave of self-immolation, protest leaders and opposition party officials, who are supporters of the J14 movement, are trying to prevent further Silman copy-cats.
Norwegians haven't let the massacre challenge the foundations of their society, which include liberalism, freedom and openness.