US churches, inspired by the sanctions campaign against apartheid SA, want to send a message to their leaders to "stand on the right side of history".
The current confrontation will shape resistance to austerity - and the future of the whole of Europe.
Alexis Tsipras and his creditors sparred heading into Sunday's referendum on austerity as a poll suggested voters are inclined to accept deeper cuts.
Iranian negotiators want sanctions to be lifted at the same time as the country dismantles nuclear hardware.
European leaders wait for signs that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is ready to compromise as Greece fails to make its IMF payment.
Referendums settle matters definitively, right? Not in Greece. Both outcomes next Sunday would raise as many questions as they answer.
Markets across the world tumble as Greece orders its banks to shut for a week and imposes capital controls after its citizens emptied ATMs.
Greece's Alex Tsipras publishes a decree in the official government gazette setting out the capital controls to be imposed on the country.
The anti-Obama sentiment of former ambassador Michael Oren lays bare Israel's feeling of betrayal by the US.
The man who blew the whistle on 'false positives' says he's now being targeted by a vengeful military.
Julian Assange says that the time has come for legal action after leaked documents reveal Washington spied on three French presidents.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has publicly expressed remorse for the first time since he executed the 2013 Boston marathon bombings.
A black man who died while in police custody in Baltimore suffered an injury like those in shallow-water diving accidents, the autopsy reveals.
British police have arrested Rwandan Intelligence chief Karenzi Karake at the request of Spain, where he is wanted in connection with war crimes.
EU officials worked late into the night on Sunday to produce a deal ahead of a summit of leaders that they hope can keep Greece in the currency bloc.
A military Disneyland may sound alarming, but it fits comfortably in a bellicose Russia.
Times are a-changing in Spain as the new office bearers embrace the secular state and do away with cars.
In a nation notorious for its prisons, a bid to lower the age of criminal liability has provoked a storm.
A white gunman is still at large after he shot and killed several people at a historic black church in downtown Charleston, South Carolina.