Graham Tolley investigates the recent arrest of Mexican drug cartel boss Joaquin Guzman.
The latest round of Syrian peace talks has ended on a more hopeful note than previous attempts, according to the UN special envoy for Syria. Staffan de Mistura, Italian-Swedish diplomat, said: “The train is ready, it’s in the station, it’s...
Headlines from across North America have been falling thick and fast this year, so here’s a brief overview of everything that has happened in 2018. High temperatures were felt across the continent this summer in the 2018 North American Heatwave,...
It seems that ugly history cannot help but rear its ugly head; those moments which some would rather forget, and some would rather merely remember, cannot help but come and cause controversy once more. Last month, a 94-year-old German man...
Allegations that gay men are being beaten and tortured in concentration camp-like facilities in Chechnya have prompted international outrage. Over 100 men have reportedly been detained and three have been killed in the Russian region, according to opposition newspaper...
In 2010, Burma held its first general election in 20 years, widely branded a sham. Robert Norris takes a look at how the move towards democracy has affected the population and foreign relations.