American historian Justin McCarthy says genocide allegations binds Armenians together because "they define themselves by this pain and suffering".
What hand Moscow has in the unrest in Ukraine is a crucial issue in a crisis that has sunk relations between Russia and the West to their lowest level since the Cold War ended in 1991.
Reclaiming Crimea 60 years after it was gifted to Ukraine by Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev has been a domestic triumph for Putin. But losing the ability to exert influence over Ukraine would be a high price to pay for
Officials privately agree that Egypt needs not just the iron fist but a whole new outlook from its rulers, including an overhaul of the nation's religious and political institutions.
While Greek Cypriot president hopes that the discovery of natural gas in the Levant Basin will pave the way for a lasting peace deal with the Turkish Cypriots, he admits that there is still a long way to go.
Award-winning U.K. journalist Robert Fisk tells Istanbul conference that Egypt's divisions are the worst in 40 years.
Russia is primarily a threat to its immediate neighbourhood only, officials and analysts say, but still one requiring greater vigilance that over the last two decades
The controversy around a trade deal with China reflects larger anxieties about the direction of Taiwan society amid unprecedented closer ties to Beijing.
The U.S. intelligence agency saw the book as a challenge to Communism and a way to make Soviet citizens question why their government was suppressing one of their greatest writers
For the first time Indian voters can reject all candidates by voting 'None of the Above'
In an exclusive interview, sacked South Sudanese vice president Riek Machar called on President Salva Kiir to stop the fighting and engage in dialogue with a view to resolving the conflict in the war-torn country. He also accused Uganda of aiding Kiir's forces and waging a war on the people of South Sudan.
In an exclusive interview with Kuzey News Agency, Kanchal, who participated in a comprehensive archive study to register Crimean historical architectural work of arts in 2012, said most of the Islamic works including mosques were destroyed. Today, the number of mosques in the region is only 80.
Erdogan has made no secret of his desire to run for Turkey's first directly-elected presidency in four months' time. But he could face a united front from opponents who fear his victory
Evacuees of September siege march in southern Philippines town of Zamboanga to declare that after 205 days of being homeless they have had enough.
Breakaway Moldovan region is an island of Soviet isolation, paranoia and shadowy business practices.
Evoking past injustices - some dating from long before the Nazi occupation and blamed on a number of other countries - has become an outlet for Greeks' anger and frustration during six years of economic crisis.
Only 14 percent of Syrian children living outside the camps go to school, according to Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Management Directorate (AFAD), with the majority taking up work
Part of the problem is that Brussels has next to no leverage over Ankara - and Turkey knows that very well.
“Now we are all open for all Kurds to join, because this is a war that threatens the existence of the Kurdish people,” YPG spokesman Redur Xelil said.
Crimean Tatar Mejlis Vice Chairman Ayder Adzhimambetov discusses the community's concerns and their plans for the months ahead.
The Doppler effect is why the sound of a police car siren changes as it approaches and then overtakes an observer.