Voter turnout in 2009 came out to 99.9 percent, with 100 percent voting for the official candidates in the Supreme People's Assembly.
The International Criminal Court found brutal Congo warlord Germain Katanga guilty for crimes during a 2003 massacre.
In a hacked phone call, Estonia's Foreign Minister discussed the possibility that snipers in Kiev were shooting at both sides.
Leaders from Russia, Ukraine, Europe, and the US met in Paris to discuss ending the conflict in Crimea.
The Swedish furniture store is partnering with UNHCR to produce flat-pack IKEA tents for refugee camps around the world.
Russia's president said his troops are in Crimea to protect Ukrainians from themselves, but has no plans to go to war.
As the crisis in Crimea unfolds, reports emerged on Monday about an apparent ultimatum that Russia had delivered to Ukraine’s military.
The government has blamed the assault on separatists from the region of Xinjiang, home to a predominantly Muslim Uyghur minority.
The Islamist insurgency in the country's northeast is held responsible for a stream of attacks that have killed well over 1,000 Nigerians.
Ukraine's interior minister claimed that Russia has invaded Crimea, right on his Facebook page.
Protestors unfurled a Russian flag over Crimean government buildings as clashes continued in Kiev.
Escalating violence in the southern region of Crimea demonstrates just how high tensions still are in Ukraine.
Contrary to everything he's ever said, Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson says fracking is bad. At least, when it's near his million-dollar home.
Horrifying details of the torture, rape, and murder of North Korean political prisoners won't have any effect on international policy.
Not even the U.N. can get into Homs without getting shot as widespread civilian suffering continues in the Syrian civil war's flashpoint.
President Obama knows the current whereabouts of a suspected terrorist plotting to kill Americans — but he can't decide what to do about it.
Protesters broke into various official buildings in three cities in the country, demonstrating over unemployment and corruption.
Brutal lynching in a Central African Republic town square is the latest in the cycle of violence.