"We must not suspend democracy and freedom while proclaiming our commitment to democracy and freedom," declares a letter sent to French President François Hollande.
Corporations should not be a part of climate negotiations at the upcoming United Nations talks in Paris. They are part of the problem, not the solution.
"The scale of the devastation was unprecedented" in Gaza, according to an independent commission convened by the United Nations.
A video that has gone viral shows, in second a day shots, how a civil war like Syria's would affect a British girl over the course of a year. The...
"Tonight, Venezuela is seeing a spasm of violence that’s unlike anything the country has experienced since 1989," blogger Audrey M. Dacosta wrote from Caracas on Wednesday.
National law gives the executive authorities overly broad discretion to forbid groups to do anything that authorities might see as "threatening national unity" or "violating public order or morals,” vague terminology that lays the law open to abuse and has served as a basis for the denial of registration to some NGOs.With a raised fist, 2011 staggers bleeding and shouting to a close in Egypt.