A page in Cuba's history has turned with the death of its revolutionary leader Fidel Castro. So what happens now on the communist island?
Austria is one Europe's richest countries, yet the hills are alive not with optimism but with worries about the economy, boosting the far-right candidate ahead of the presidential election on Dec. 4.
The battering that the president of National Taiwan University (NTU) has been taking these days for allegations of academic dishonesty is now a sad fact of life for him personally.
The core integrity required of the media in a functioning political system has come to the fore again with accusations that social media giants such as Facebook and Google provide a platform for fake news.
Bad vibrations, as hip types used to say way back in the 1960s.
In hiking the retirement age and extolling the benefits of an older workforce, Singapore sets a valuable example.
With investment slumping and exports declining, Pakistan is increasingly banking on the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) to drive future growth.
It' s not often a senior U.N. official leaves a prepared and guarded script to emotionally describe a situation to delegates in the Security Council.
Environmental group Greenpeace is calling for a ban in Britain on plastic "microbeads," found in many cosmetics, which they warn pollute the oceans and poison marine life.
China will be handed the opportunity to reshape the rules for global trade and profit from a more isolated U.S. if President-elect Donald Trump carries out his pledge to abandon the landmark TPP pact, observers say.