Many people have had to tighten their purse strings in recent years. But that's only part of what's fueling frustrations in the region.
The EU introduced its "Blue Card" system to facilitate the arrival of qualified, non-European professionals. But only one country — Germany — really takes advantage of it.
What began as a slogan shared among Facebook users has since morphed into a full-blown, youth-led movement for deep structural changes in the war-torn country.
An attack on a guerilla camp killed several minors earlier this year. It was an "accident," say authorities, but it says a lot about the country's dismal child welfare record.
The U.S. president has a history of strong-arming trading partners. But the move to tax things like French wine and Spanish olives is actually justified.
Even after 72 years, the echoes of India's division into two independent states continue to reverberate.
With a now-leaderless Democratic Party and no charismatic successor to take over from Berlusconi, his one-time backers may migrate to more extremist parties.
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Drawing inspiration from his childhood in Colombia, architect Mauricio Cárdenas is convinced that the age-old material also has a bright future.
Femicide is a major problem in the West African country. A French entrepreneur of Senegalese origin is hoping her invention — App-Elles — can help end it.
Protesters in Lebanon and Iraq have been venting their fury at Iran, which is accused of practically running their countries. Tehran is not afraid to come down hard on its domestic opponents.
Economist Abhijit Banerjee's win is a non-cricketing triumph on the global stage. So why aren't Indians more excited?
It's time for the European Union to curb emissions the way it does inflation.
Buccinasco, a town just outside of Milan, was quietly invaded decades ago by the ‘Ndrangheta mob from the southern region of Calabria. But a new program could be sweet revenge.
MOSCOW — For the first time, the U.S. Congress has recognized the mass killings and deportations in the Ottoman Empire from 1915 to 1923 as genocide. So why now? It doesn't seem that the ...
Globally, 25% of all people admit they have nobody to talk to, with older people living longer and young people spending their time on line.
Chileans are fairly well off, but only in comparison to their Latin American neighbors. The country's success has also bred greater expectations.
A pioneering Swedish researcher has come up with new insights about love and romance after analyzing the databases of the dating site Meetic.
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