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Britain evicted these people so the US could set up a military base
“Welcome to the atoll of Diego Garcia, the ‘Footprint of Freedom!’” US naval personnel are told in an information kit about the remote India
World Refugee Day 2013: 'Needs of these people are overwhelming' | Globa...
Kamee Yang, age 88, (L) consoles her sister MaoLee, age 80 as she says goodbye to her for the last time as Kamee gets ready to leave for the
A 2005 nuclear deal that the US rejected could be the way forward with Iran
Iran's President-elect Hassan Rouhani promised a more pragmatic and moderate approach. Will that include nuclear issues?
Case studies: UK, Russia and EU increased electronic surveillance
Recent revelations of the breadth and scope of the NSA's collection of phone and internet data have put America's surveillance practices in
Palestinians mark Nakba (Day of Catastrophe) with protests | GlobalPost
Tens of thousands of Palestinians protested Wednesday on the 65th anniversary of the "Nakba" or the Day of Catastrophe, which marks their di
Imran Khan, Pakistani candidate, falls off stage, suffers head injury (V...
Imran Khan, the Pakistani candidate who has attracted the country's youth vote, suffered a fall and head injury on Tuesday.
Turkish PM Erdogan calls airstrikes on Syria 'unacceptable'
Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan called the recent airstrikes on Syria "unacceptable" as tensions in the region mounted.
Indian prisoner's death deals India-Pakistan relations another blow
Convicted of espionage by Pakistan, Sarabjit Singh died of injuries from a beating by fellow inmates.
Israel not pushing for intervention in Syria, despite chemical weapons
The topic of intervention in Syria is a divisive issue, but Israeli officials are not urging US to intervene.
Syria: Reports of chemical weapon use challenge Obama's 'red line'
Reports from Israeli, French and British sources of the use of chemical weapons in Syria put the United States in a tough spot of following
Boston Marathon bombings make front page around the world (PHOTOS) | Glo...
As the world's leaders and citizens sent condolences and messages of support to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings on Tuesday, the
Olympic torch makes its way through United Kingdom (PHOTOS)
On the 56th day of its 70-day journey, the Olympic torch went to Chesil Beach and Durdle Door, according to the BBC. Making its way from Ath
China, Russia and France concerned about North Korea
China, Russia and France have expressed concern about the North's escalating threats.
Israel, Gaza exchange heaviest strikes since ceasefire
Palestinian militants launched rockets into southern Israel, while the Israel Air Force launched airstrikes.
Egypt raises cooking gas prices, risking public protest
Amid a food and fuel shortage, Egypt raised the price of state-subsidized cooking gas for the first time in 20 years.
Syria: March was the deadliest month yet with 6,000 dead (VIDEO)
March saw some of the deadliest clashes yet in the Syrian conflict, with 6,000 people killed, according to a Syrian activist group.
China will offer Africa aid with 'no political strings attached,' says Xi
China's new president, Xi Jinping, said China and Africa "get on well and treat each other as equals."
Why Cyprus matters, and how it can rattle the world's markets
How a country 0.6 times the size of Connecticut can impact world markets.