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By Brahma Chellaney
Beijing's creeping aggression signals a challenge to U.S. presence in the Asian Pacific
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An American teacher at an international school in Benghazi, Libya, was shot and killed Thursday.
An American teacher was shot and killed Thursday morning while jogging down the road in Benghazi, Libya, in the central neighborhood of Al-Fwihet.
U.S. military authorities dispatched the first of six top-tech submarine-hunting jets to its Okinawa post near the disputed East China Sea, a move sure to ratchet up tensions among China and the United States.
The Supreme Court on Monday rejected an Obamacare-related appeal from Liberty University, effectively ending a case that many saw as a last-ditch attempt to overturn the 2010 law.
Now that Tehran has forged a nuclear deal with six world powers, the doors to business with Iran have opened and Germany's head of Chamber of Commerce said Friday that the phones are ringing off the hook.
A 34-year-old Australian musician who happens to be a spit-fire doppelganger of North Korea’s Kim-jong Un has unwittingly launched a new career — as an advertisement actor who plays the dictator and sells the likes of hamburgers in Tel Aviv.
In an escalating standoff reminiscent of the Cold War, China on Tuesday responded angrily to news that two U.S. B-52 bombers had flown over a contested chain of islands in the East China Sea without first alerting Beijing — just days after China unilaterally announced an expanded air-defense zone around the islands.
Silvio Berlusconi, the former prime minister of Italy, has been accused in court documents of being the ring leader of "bunga bunga" sex parties held at his villa — the man behind the order for young women to perform pole dances and strip teases in front of select invited.
Iran and the heads of state for six different nations nearly threw in the towel Friday after two days of nuclear discussions, admitting to several stumbling blocks similar to issues that have cropped up in the past.
A rare U.S. drone strike on an Islamic seminary outside Pakistan's tribal areas — where most past strikes have occurred — is fueling a heated international debate on the Obama administration's commitment to limiting civilian casualties.
Rescue workers and their dogs on Wednesday were sifting through the rubble of a South African mall that collapsed, killing at least one and leaving an unknown number missing and injured.
At least 50 people are feared dead after a Boeing 737 airliner crashed on landing in the Russian city of Kazan on Sunday, the Emergencies Ministry said.
Two American sailors who were kidnapped by pirates last month off the coast of Nigeria have been released and are heading home, U.S. officials said.
The United States has lost traction and voting ability with UNESCO, the United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organization, after failing to renew financial support because of the agency's acceptance of Palestine.
The Supreme Court heard opening arguments Wednesday on a case that could determine the place of prayer in legislative meetings, and what role religion plays in the public sphere.