A new U.S. law will help keep Syrian treasures from entering the American art and antiquities markets.
On the anniversary of Stalin's deportation of thousands of Crimeans from their homes, Russia continues their repression by banning memorial events.
Over 500 years ago, Christopher Columbus wrote about his travels to the New World. Now, after its own journeys, his letter is returning to Italy.
Eurovision crowned Ukraine’s Jamala — a Crimean Tatar who has not been home since Russia occupied the peninsula in March 2014 — as this year’s winner.
For the first time, 50 million households across the U.S. will be able to watch a live broadcast of Europe's longest-running song contest.
The remains of 14 slaves found by construction workers will be publicly memorialized and buried beside prominent families in New York in June.
Arab influences can be found throughout America, from actors to scientists. Meet some of the Arab Americans making a positive mark.
Museums are designed to educate their visitors. The Holocaust Museum teaches its visitors to recognize early warning signs of genocide.
Activist Petre Florin Manole learned about himself growing up in Bucharest from a volume on the history of the Roma that he discovered in secondary school.