They are strangers, but they already know one another’s stories. So when Mona Rahman, 24, tells the other five people at a New York City dinner table about how her superstrict parents never let her sleep over at friends’ houses, there are chuckles of recognition.
Water shortages plague a fifth of southern Europe. And with temperatures in the region forecast to rise several degrees this century reducing rainfall another 30% things will only get worse.
Agricultural policy is not sexy. You probably don’t know the intricacies of “loan deficiency payments” or “base acreage,” and you probably don’t care
On Monday night, after touring the site of the subway bombing that killed at least 12 people in the capital of Belarus, the country’s authoritarian president, Alexander Lukashenko, cast the net of suspicion as far and wide as he could.
U.S. Army specialist Ethan McCord was one of the first on the scene when a group of suspected insurgents was blown up on a Baghdad street in 2007, hit by 30-mm bursts from an Apache helicopter.
The annual monsoon transforms Bali. Rain sweeps across slumbering volcanoes
The U.N. human rights special investigator for North Korea on Thursday urged the U.N