United Nations Security Council
"This is a human tragedy that is unfolding in front of our eyes"
Can everyone please chill?
A "people swap" is underway in Aleppo, even after evacuation buses were torched.
After months of political unrest, President Barack Obama declared a state of emergency and imposed sanctions on several top officials from both sides of the crisis Burundi.
Post-World War II restrictions on Japan's military are easing, the nation participates in military exercises with allies, and is a big supporter of the UN — so it thinks it deserves a permanent seat.
The display follows the launching of a precision-guided missile that Iran said it carried on Sunday — an act that US officials said appears to violate a ban on Iran conducting such tests.
Gays in Syria and Iraq are facing brutality from the Islamic State and other factions fighting in the regional conflict.
According to activists in the area, Syrian regime forces dropped barrel bombs on storefronts in a Syrian town in Aleppo province, killing at least 20 people.
Attempting to tackle the world's second-highest homicide rate, Venezuela pledges $47 million to establish centers for voluntarily surrendering firearms.
The United Nations Security Council scolded Lebanon over its inability to elect a new president in the required time frame.