Pakistani officials warn Indian military action on the border may derail Taliban–U.S. negotiations in Doha, Qatar.
The number of Venezuelan refugees will reach 5.4 million by the end of 2019, according to projections from the United Nations.
As peace talks between the U.S. and Taliban proceed, the U.N. notes that more civilians have been killed by airstrikes than insurgent attacks this year.
Here's what you need to know about the development of the conflict in Hong Kong and the protesters' motivations.
Acosta, who is currently under scrutiny for his 2008 plea deal for Jeffrey Epstein, has proposed an 80 percent cut to the Bureau of International Labor Affairs' budget.
Isha Sesay's new book gives a full and harrowing account of what happened to the 276 girls kidnapped by the jihadist group.
An impending trade deal with the E.U. has instigated further pushback from non-governmental organizations and local activists against any deal with the Brazilian government.
The national election in Guatemala likely marked the bitter end to what was once the most hopeful anti-corruption movement in the hemisphere.
Slashing aid is counterproductive because foreign assistance can address the root causes of migration, such as violence and poverty, argues one expert.
Members of Sudan's Rapid Support Forces stand guard during General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo's meeting with his supporters in Khartoum on June 18th, 2019.
The now-suspended legislation to allow China to extradite Hong Kong citizens to the mainland has revealed concerns over the growing creep of Chinese government influence.
Botswana decriminalized homosexuality, and Ecuador just legalized same-sex marriage. Here's how research suggests LGBTQ policy might impact antigay bias.
The president pledged to protect LGBT people, but instead has infringed on their rights domestically.
Perry Dino is capturing Hong Kong's demonstrations against the mainland in a series of unique and powerful paintings.
People hold candles as they take part in a candlelight vigil at Victoria Park on June 4th, 2019, in Hong Kong, China.
Colombia's new president, Ivan Duque, wants to weaken the deal, which he sees as "too lenient" on the fighters who once terrorized the country.
Workers unload medicines and disposable medical supplies from a cargo plane after landing at Simon Bolivar International Airport on May 16th, 2019, in Maiquetia, Venezuela.
U.S. government archives narrate the human rights abuses committed by Argentina's military junta, often with the assistance of the American government.
For many victims of domestic violence, being detained by customs or border enforcement agencies can re-open or exacerbate past traumas.
Attaullah Nasib came of age in the United States. When he ran for Afghan Parliament, he learned how difficult re-building a democracy can be.
But for a few flare-ups of protest—all quickly and violently quashed—the movement to rid the country of its powerful ruler is all but over.