This week, the American Psychiatric Association released the highly controversial fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of ...
France is reportedly selling the luxurious permanent residence of the country’s ambassador to the United Nations in New York in order to raise some much-needed cash.
Friday’s papers are dominated by good economic news for the United States and Europe after the Dow Jones set an all time record.
Today, we focus on one French newspaper's talk of mental illness, with their take on a prestigious psychiatric manual that has just got its ten-year update.
Hot on the heels of John Kerry, the United States Secretary of State, the British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that he is going to Sochi in Russia for a working visit on Friday.
There is something for eeryone in the French press today: a big miracle and a few political changes.
US President Barack Obama was in Costa Rica yesterday for a summit with central American leaders on trade, immigration and the drug war. They pressed Obama to step up US assistance against ...
North Korea yesterday has sentenced a Korean-American tour operator to 15 years' hard labour for "hostile acts". Pae Jun-Ho, known in the US as Kenneth Bae, was arrested in November ...
US President Barack Obama visits Mexico Thursday and Friday to sort through a basket of security issues with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
On Tuesday, Pope Francis, the head of the Roman Catholic Church, received the Israeli president Shimon Peres in Vatican City.