Articles By Jacey Fortin
Israel may be closer than ever to launching a unilateral attack against Iranian nuclear facilities, and debate over this explosive issue has reached a fever pitch in Jerusalem
In Botswana, diamonds have been key to the country’s successful economy -- proof that a valuable resource is only as good as the entities that handle it.
Israeli Civil Defense Minister Matan Vilnai outlined the possible outcome of an attack against Iran, predicting a month-long conflict that could claim 500 lives.
In order to cooperate with North Korea, China must turn a blind eye to the many injustices that take place there every single day.
Are Tunisian women "complementary to men"? A new draft constitution says as much, but thousands of demonstrators disagree.
The Hong Kong occupation protest movement known as Occupy Central is likely to be evicted from its headquarters following a Monday court decision.
Singapore's population can't keep up with its productivity. Can the government do anything to get some more buns in the oven?
Senegal has seen decades of peace and democracy, even while surrounding countries endured war, tyranny and instability.
Evicting one of Europe's most marginalized groups may help Francois Hollande get back in France's good graces.
Rohingya migrants are seeking refuge from Myanmar in neighboring Bangladesh, but thousands have been forced to return to the violent persecution they were desperate to escape.