Despite Brazil's own grilling culture, the American riff on Australian barbecue has gained extraordinary cachet
The long read: Elvira and her brothers, Ricard and Ramón, were left at a train station in Barcelona aged two, four and five. As an adult, when Elvira decided to look for her parents, she discovered a family history wilder than anything she had imagined
Yusuke Narita says he is mainly addressing a growing effort to revamp Japan’s age-based hierarchies. Still, he has pushed the country’s hottest button.
The long read: By the end of the century, Africa will be home to 40% of the world’s population – and nowhere is this breakneck-pace development happening faster than this 600-mile stretch between Abidjan and Lagos
New brokers are cashing in as the Biden administration quietly encourages private weapons sales to Ukraine. Oversight is scant in these shadows.
Walk the dog? Only one kilometer. Want a raclette maker? Sure. A lamp? Nope. During the pandemic, France’s bureaucracy has hit overdrive, and the French are increasingly fed up.
Ethicists are worried about the gamble Germany took to halt AstraZeneca doses over seven cases of blood clots. It will not be the last time hard decisions are made in this pandemic.
U.S. and German intelligence agencies partnered on a scheme to dupe dozens of nations into buying rigged encryption systems — taking their money and stealing their secrets.
This has been one of the deadliest climbing seasons on the world’s highest peak. Veteran climbers blame increased permits for climbers, including many who are inexperienced.
A plan to restore the Ottoman-era district offended some for inviting help from the French, former colonizers. But the famed warren continues to decay.
Thae Yong-ho, a former diplomat who defected to South Korea in 2016, said in an interview that the North Korean leader had no intention of relinquishing his nuclear weapons.
The Kalashnikov drone is now on sale, and it could transform warfare much as the AK-47 did in the last century.
I first came to Kosovo nearly 20 years ago, when NATO intervened against Serbia in the war. A recent visit showed optimism yielding to fear and resignation.
With government often more the problem than the solution, communities are taking matters into their own hands. But gains against crime can carry a cost.
Americans advance a lot of theories for why they have so many more gun deaths than other countries do. The answer is lying in plain sight.
CHISHI, China — Soaring over a lush valley in southern China , the Chishi Bridge is a 1.4-mile-long marvel of concrete and steel. Four piers, like graceful…
Egyptians gathered in Cairo on Tuesday to buy subsidized sugar from a government truck. A weekslong sugar shortage has plunged people into a panic. David Degner…
BANGALORE, India — The factory floor is going full throttle when the new girls walk in. Everywhere is the thrumming of sewing machines, the hum of fans, the…
Agencies are probing whether the Kremlin intends to sow public distrust in the vote through a hacking and disinformation campaign.
Farming community of Oamaru attracts visitors from around the globe after community embraced subculture where wrought iron meets science fiction