On Dec. 7 the Teatro Alla Scala di Milano will open their 2013-14 season with Verdi's "La Traviata."
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The death of South African leader Nelson Mandela, whose health had been failing for five months due to a degenerative disease, has shocked the entire world.
President Barack Obama likes what he sees from Pope Francis, who has called for a more humble Catholic Church that sides with the poor.
South Africans united in mourning for Nelson Mandela on Friday, but while some celebrated his remarkable life with dance and song, others fretted that the anti-apartheid hero's death would make the nation vulnerable again to racial and social tensions.
An armed group attacked a group of undocumented immigrants during their journey to the United States' southern border on board the train known as "The Beast" in Mexico.
With Brazil hosting the World Cup next year, officials fear an explosion in child prostitution as sex workers migrate to big cities and pimps recruit more underage prostitutes to meet the demand from local and foreign soccer fans.
Drug trafficker Pablo Escobar was remembered by Colombians on December 2, 20 years after being eliminated in the city of Medellín.
Venezuela's second massive power outage of the year plunged much of the nation into darkness on Monday night, prompting renewed talk of sabotage from President Nicolas Maduro's government and cries of incompetence from its foes.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is believed to have dismissed a powerful uncle, a man key to his rise to power, from his posts, South Korean lawmakers said on Tuesday, a move that could help consolidate his power base with a younger guard of aides.
Thanks to The Telegraph's list, and other similar revelations by other media outlets, it's now a known fact that he used to have a girlfriend before entering priesthood, he loves tango, and that he used to work as a bouncer.
They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend.
Mexico's main leftist party said on Thursday it had pulled out of a cross-party pact on economic reform, raising hopes that the government will agree to a more far-reaching plan to attract private investment for the oil industry.
For the first time, more Mexicans disapprove of President Enrique Pena Nieto's performance than approve, partly because of his tax increases, according to a newspaper poll released on Sunday, the anniversary of his first year in office.
Shakira's return after dedicating a full year to her son Milan, will be accompanied by the release of a new album through which the star showed her deep love she feels for her boyfriend, footballer Gerard Piqué, as the Colombian singer recently said that the album will be dedicated to Milan's father.