Russia had little option other than to offer sanctuary to deposed Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych, even if there is little love lost between him and President Vladimir Putin, analysts said Thursday.
Philippine President Benigno Aquino is on the brink of an accord to end one of Asia's longest and deadliest rebellions, but renegade guerrillas, hostile politicians and the nation's highest court lie in potential ambush.
The Bitcoin community was thrown into turmoil Tuesday after the disappearance of what had been its biggest exchange, shaking confidence in the fast-growing virtual currency.
When the Dalai Lama came to Washington in 2009 on one of his frequent lecture tours, U.S. President Barack Obama didn't invite him to the White House as the new president sought to start on the right foot with China.
Dozens of trucks carry iron ore out of a mine in western Mexico, spinning dust into the air as they barrel past a guard booth peppered with scores of bullet holes.
While saying it “hears” Ukraine's dream of joining the EU, the Western bloc failed Monday to hold out the prospect of entry in spite of regime change that began with pro-EU protests.
They are free to download, fun to play, and fiendishly addictive: mobile games like Candy Crush Saga, Angry Birds and Clash of Clans want to get you hooked, then get your money.
While the Scottish independence debate rages this week around North Sea oil revenues, a report out Monday said ambitious reforms were necessary to maximize production regardless of whether Britain or Scotland rules the waves.
Fears that Ukraine could splinter into rival pro-Russia and pro-EU camps is spurring intense activity in the West to keep the country together, while also seeking to placate Russia over Kiev's tilt away from Moscow.
Mexico has finally caught its most powerful drug kingpin, but other capos nicknamed “El Mayo,” “La Tuta” and “El Mencho” remain on the loose, ready to take the crown.