We’ve reached another crossroads in the war against extremism. Will we meet violence with violence, or with ‘an ideological battle’?
Dmitriy Bulatov was beaten, gouged and crucified for using cars to protest against the Ukrainian government. Weeks later, he was a cabinet minister.
Sicily’s manic, multicultural capital is buckling under the weight of a migrant crisis. Meanwhile, a new criminal enterprise is laying roots in its ancient heart, working with Mafiosi to traffick drugs and women whose lives are being destroyed.
I’m giving the floor this newsletter to Justin Salhani. He’s a world reporter covering human rights for ThinkProgress and a contributing editor of Latterly....
Michael Scott Moore spent 977 days captive to Somali pirates. “I didn’t know how it would end,” he said.
The following collection portrays moments of everyday life in Tehran, Tabriz, Shiraz and BandarAbbas in 2016. I was looking for images of loneliness, free...
Almost nothing is known about the attacker yet , but conservative Prime Minister Theresa May has already called it an “appalling terrorist attack.”
SAPA, Vietnam On the back wall of the classroom at Sapa O’Chau, a bootstrap operation in Sapa town, far northern Vietnam, where hill tribe children...
Among country pairs that have a wall between them, the state building the wall is on average four times as wealthy per capita as the state being walled out.
Distrustful of institutions, Haitians say they only need the raw resources to help themselves.