The search is on for the black boxes that hold the key to what happened aboard the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370.
Afghanistan is choosing a new president this weekend and as voting gets closer violence is escalating.
The United States will re-evaluate its role in Middle East peace talks. Leaders made that decision after recent moves from both Israeli and Palestinian leadership all but ended negotiations.
More than two million Syrians have fled the fighting in their country, about half of them are living in Lebanon.
A Christian revival is touching the northernmost parts of Africa. In a region once hostile to the Gospel, tens of thousands of Muslims are following Jesus.
Escalating violence in the capitol of Central African Republic has pushed to the United Nations to call on the international community to do more to help.
The north coast of Chile was rocked by another earthquake Wednesday night, prompting a new round of evacuations.
The U.S. government secretly built a Cuban version of Twitter in hopes of undermining the communist Castro regime, according to an Associated Press report.
The U.S. has long viewed Turkey as an ally and force for moderation in the Muslim world. But recently, the republic has moved in a radically different direction.
Lebanon is now home to more than one million Syrian refugees, that's equivalent to nearly a fourth of the entire Lebanese population.