The former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine testifies again as Democrats appear to narrow their focus in the impeachment investigation.
As violence between police and student activists spirals in Hong Kong, this round of unrest could last for days.
Details on another phone call between Trump and Zelensky would come as the public phase of the impeachment inquiry begins.
Leftist leaders in the region have decried the series of events following the disputed presidential election as a coup.
His curveball candidacy could enliven the fight for the center.
Despite a promise of early elections, the government in Baghdad has yet to address demonstrators’ demands.
As career diplomats testify in the U.S. impeachment inquiry, the Secretary of State faces looming political fallout.
After violent unrest, Beijing calls on authorities to take a “tougher line” against pro-democracy protesters.
An audit of the contested elections results is underway amid protests, with President Evo Morales confident he has nothing to lose.
President Sebastián Piñera’s decision to back out of hosting the U.N. COP25 summit may aggravate tensions with protesters in Santiago.
After two weeks of unprecedented protests, Lebanese activists have made clear that they have lost trust in the political system.
The first meeting between the Syrian government and the opposition in years comes after a dramatic shift on the ground.