A study of comparison and contrast: It's no surprise that many Filipinos look at Singapore on how to govern, and Singaporeans look at the Philippines on how not to govern.
A year after restoring diplomatic ties, the United States and Cuba are far from fully normalizing their troubled relationship, which remains haunted by Cold War ghosts despite cautious ongoing talks.
Melania Trump insists she's her own person, more than window dressing in her husband Donald Trump's run for the White House.
Turkey faces the prospect of waning economic growth, a struggle to attract international investors and financial market volatility for months to come following the failed coup against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
American political conventions once had real drama as parties held rounds and rounds of voting before settling on a presidential nominee.
My plane touched down at Dhaka airport at about the time when the joint security operation against terrorists at Gulshan's Holey Artisan Bakery was underway.
Street sweepers in South Sudan's capital Juba have cleaned up the blood and bullet casings after gun battles at the presidential palace, but salvaging peace will be a far harder task, analysts warn.
In 18 months France has been the target of three major terrorist attacks claimed by jihadists in which more than 230 people have died.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has emerged triumphant and possibly stronger from a failed coup attempt, meaning that Turkey's pivotal roles as an ally in the U.S.-led war against the Islamic State group and a guarantor of refugee agreements with Europe are likely to remain intact.
Isn't the murder of Qandeel Baloch, one of Pakistan's social media stars, as 'un-Islamic' as Zeenat Bibi's?