Rinat Akhmetov may be the richest man in Ukraine, but he’s also one of the most controversial. Purchasing a villa associated with an African genocide triggered a lot of questions.
Paris’ would-be mayor bids his election campaign adieu after all-too-revealing Anthony Weiner-esque messages hit social media. He has neither confirmed nor denied they’re of him.
Thousands who fled war-like conditions now linger on the brink of survival near the banks of the Rio Grande. Neither Mexico nor the U.S. take responsibility.
For some in Libya, the choice is between starvation or death at the hands of murderous militias. That’s not the U.N.’s intent—sometimes that’s the way things work in war zones.
Tehran is cribbing from the same playbook used by Moscow for its 2016 election meddling.
Pope Francis’ pronouncement on whether elderly men can be ordained as priests is a big disappointment for liberals, but may not mollify his conservative critics.
“It seems certain that this was caused by a super-spreader who has caused absolute mayhem through no fault of his own,” said one expert.