Feminist U.N. Campaign, a coalition of women's rights groups, advocates and U.N. staff, gives Secretary-General Antonio Guterres a grade of B-, up from C+ it gave him a year ago
Turkish president envisages the safe zone in northeast Syria easing security threats, refugee problems, and economic woes
Defense analyst says gains in Syria brought brought numbers down
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan meet to coordinate their moves in Syria as their governments bargain over zones of influence in the war-torn country
World leaders in favor of international cooperation and free trade struck back against the wave of populist nationalism that has featured more prominently than usual at the gathering of elites in Davos, Switzerland
Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos said the Commission 'will monitor full compliance with EU law''
More than a dozen lawmakers from the far-right Alternative for Germany walked out after a prominent Jewish leader accused their party of playing down crimes of Nazis
Russian military insisted that 9M729 land-based cruise missile conforms to limits of 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, firmly rejecting US claim that it has broken pact by testing and deploying it
Many business groups say a 'no-deal'' Brexit will cause economic chaos by imposing tariffs, customs checks and other barriers between the UK and EU, its biggest trading partner.
Dispute a foretaste of EU Parliamentary elections campaign, say analysts
The annual World Economic Forum opened today in Switzerland against a backdrop of anxieties over trade disputes, Brexit and a growth slowdown that some fear could tip the world economy. VOA’s Mariama Diallo reports.