When you’re visiting Afghanistan, you’re probably not looking for the best theme parks or golf courses. So a new in-flight magazine serving the country doesn’t sugarcoat its travel tips.
The Communist Manifesto isn’t the only book on the former Cuban dictator’s mantel.
Parisian police rounded up two 14-year-old girls accused of stealing hundreds of euros from locals at cash machines. How’d they do it? By using what their mommas gave ‘em.
NewsFeed is always reluctant to be morbid, but this has really been a banner year for catastrophe.
“I am worried about the risks of populism and xenophobic reactions in a context of economic crisis.”
— TEODOR BASONSCHI, foreign minister of Romania, on France’s decision to begin deporting Roma, also known as Gypsies, to …
The last U.S. brigade combat team has left Iraq, leaving 56,000 American troops in the country. President Obama has stated that his goal is to have 50,000 troops in Iraq by September 1.
Have you ever defriended someone, or organized a tweetup? Blown on a vuvuzela or bought something bargainous? If so, the Oxford Dictionary of English would like to recognize your achievements.
Who would have thought that 2010 would go down as the year of the spy? Memories of the Cold War and plots more at home in a James Bond story (not to mention those pictures of Anna Chapman) have been at the forefront of world …
Reeling from unparalleled storms, Pakistan’s UN Ambassador pleaded the country’s case for international assistance in Geneva on Tuesday morning. Zamir Akram estimates that $2.5 billion will be necessary for the country to patch …
Let’s reflect on French football over the past year: a literal helping hand gets Les Bleus into the World Cup, followed by a miserable winless campaign better known for bitter in fighting in South Africa and, naturellement, an …
What do people have to do to get charged with crimes around here?
The New York Times reports that the Obama administration is planning to make it easier for Americans to travel to Cuba.