Editor Erin Wright reports on the growing number of Kurdish women fighters who are standing up to I.S. militants on the battlefield -- all the while making it clear that they will not retreat into their traditional roles.Middle East,Islamic State,Kobane,Kurdish people,People's Protection Groups,Syriac Women’s Union,YPJ,Erin Wright
P.M. Alexis Tsipras is urging Greeks to reject an international bailout deal.
At least 41 confirmed dead as divers halt search for survivors.
A T.V. show appears aimed at bridging gap between Jews, Muslims.Middle East,Abdel Fattah al-Sisi,Egypt,Islam in Egypt,Islamic–Jewish relations,Mohammed Morsi,Religion,Erin Wright
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange claims that his life is in danger.
He dissolved the state oil company’s board, launched an investigation, and promised reforms.
Countries mark major step in re-establishing diplomatic ties severed in 1961.
Government mulling whether to accept an offer that would let Greece repay part of its debt.
This despite an opposition boycott and weeks of protests over president's plan to seek a third term.
It will give Centene a bigger presence in the California Medicaid program, the largest in the U.S.
The contract was signed during a visit by Chinese Prime Minster Li Keqiang to France.
It's on top of the $43.8 billion that BP has already set aside for criminal and civil penalties and cleanup costs.
Private equity firm Madison Dearborn Partners will pay cash for the business.
Reports have discovered filings with the F.C.C. that indicate the next generation of the product is in beta.
Fiber optic cable-cutting in California has officials worried as to what the motives behind the vandalism are.
A study out of the U.K. suggests that many VPNs are not prepared for the migration to IPv6.
The E.U. seems to have settled on June 2017 as the end-date for mobile roaming charges across region.
China arrested 8,500 people for environmental crimes last year, and air quality is slowly improving.
The gene is believed to have helped mammoths adapt to Arctic conditions.
Only two babies were born with H.I.V. in Cuba in 2013.
Officials have quarantined an area near the capital of Liberia after a boy died of Ebola.
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