Stories about International Relations from February, 2014
Declaring his solidarity with the people and the government of Venezuela, the president of Uruguay urged respect for the Venezuelan constitution.
As conflict in Ukraine's province of Crimea escalates, Internet hoaxes muddy the waters.
The film treats the 1971 war as simply a war between India and Pakistan, leaving out the fact of Bangladesh's struggle for independence from Pakistan.
"The Zawahiri message [...] is a stark reminder that we have an enemy at the gate, and only together we can defeat it.
Russian nationalists worry Russian-speaking Ukrainians will be "derussified."
Following this week's deadly crackdown, an original deal calling for end-2014 elections left protesters unsatisfied. Parliament then ousted Yanuckovich.
Despite the blatant disregard for human rights still plaguing Equatorial Guinea, the door has been opened for the West African country's membership in the Community of Portuguese Language Countries.
For Russia's politicians, the battle lines over Ukraine have already been drawn, and now there can be no compromise.
"Seriously, 13 wounded armed cops equals urban warfare"
Protests took a deadly turn on February 18, and Ukraine is now the scene of a tense stand-off between hundreds of thousands of citizens and government forces.
The Nepalese aviation industry has seen a huge number of accidents in the recent years, with two fatal plane crashes each year from 2010 to 2012.
Tajeldin Arja Arja was arrested at a press conference last December, after he criticized the Sudanese and Chadian Presidents for their actions surrounding the conflict in Darfur.
A visit by Australia's foreign minister heralds a thaw in relations with Fiji.