Articles By Jacey Fortin
Clashes in the Sinai Peninsula have rumors swirling in Egypt, Israel and Palestine.
Kenya's parliamentary building has undergone a major renovation, worth millions of dollars. Meanwhile, about half the citizens live in poverty.
Yemeni President Hadi's new decree consolidates military power under his own leadership.
Iran pledged strong support for Syrian President Bashar Assad on Tuesday, accusing the United States of "warmongering" and promising to back Assad's crackdown against rebels of the Syrian uprising.
Some Turkish politicians think Presisdent Barack Obama should have kept his hands free when he called Prime Minister Erdogan... but they had their own reasons to cause a stir.
As Japan struggles to define its approach to nuclear power after Fukushima, today's Hiroshima anniversary recalls just how risky nuclear technology can be.
Despite its relative isolation, Egypt's Sinai Peninsula plays a huge role in one of the overarching conflicts of the 20th century.
If hundreds and hundreds of teddy bears can't bring down Europe's last dictatorship, what can?
A grenade blast in Kenya's capital city of Nairobi killed one person on Friday, the day before U.S. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton is scheduled to arrive as part of her seven-nation African tour.
Despite the recent passage of a new constitution, corruption in Somalia's interim government could derail progress even before it begins.