Men in Japan do fewer hours of domestic work than in any other wealthy nation. Mothers and fathers there told us how they’ve managed to buck the norm.
The bloc offered Britain a Brexit deadline at the end of October to avert a no-deal withdrawal that was set to take place on Friday evening.
Millions of Venezuelans have poured across borders into Colombia and other countries, fleeing repression, corruption and a collapsing economy.
The Blue and White alliance conceded the race on Wednesday, as Mr. Netanyahu’s Likud party was in a better position to form a governing coalition.
In re-electing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Israelis endorsed a politician who offered himself as the embodiment of stability and military and economic security.
A smartphone snap from the Sudanese protests has gone viral. What is it about this picture that makes it so powerful?
The oil-rich sultanate imposes harsh Shariah law on its subjects, while members of the royal family enjoy lives of conspicuous luxury.
Just how deep do the connections between Brazil’s paramilitary “death squads” and the government run?
An annual European Union meeting with China is beset by new worries about Beijing’s ambitions and practices, market barriers and industrial espionage.
Nine activists, including three founders of a group that called for civil disobedience, are facing up to seven years in prison on public nuisance charges.