Nicaragua’s National Assembly on Tuesday approved a drastic cut to the national budget because of the economic impact of months of anti-government unrest.
Hundreds of thousands of ethnic Uighurs, along with Kazakhs and other Muslim minorities, have been sequestered in camps, which now number more than 1,000.
Kenyan court on Monday charged heads of the agency that manages public land and of the state railway with fraud over land allocation.
Iran jails one civil Society Activist in Central Iran after releasing another who completed a 10 years prison term for photographing an alleged mass grave
Cuba talks on one-party rule, socialism, inequality, gay rights, private property and bringing the country’s government towards a Cold War-era constitution.
Childs’ play or security alert? Question for Florida election officials who contend reports of an 11year old with a replica of the state election site.
Just months after clearing his way to rule for as long as he wants, Xi Jiping, China’s President is beset by economic, foreign policy and political woes.
Just before the inauguration of Colombia’s new President, Democracy Now! spoke to leftist Gustavo Petro, who placed second in this year’s presidential race.
Inter-Korean tourism and key infrastructure surge expected if relations between the two Koreas and between Pyongyang and the U.S prevail
Zimbabwe’s Foreign Affairs Minister says post-election violence should not be “allowed to blemish the peaceful, free and credible elections” held recently.