James Foley is just the latest photojournalist to be killed while covering the world’s most dangerous wars. Here we look at some of his fellow journalists and their work.
A Guardian reporter witnessed several Russian vehicles moving toward Ukraine Thursday, but said they weren’t the size of a “proper invasion force.”
A team of military advisers arrived Wednesday to assess the conditions of refugees that have fled ISIS. The team determined that there are fewer stranded Yazidis than previously thought.
The path of least resistance.
Updated: Second round of U.S. air strikes target ISIS forces near the city of Irbil. The militants were “successfully eliminated” says Pentagon.
The Israeli military said two rockets were fired into the country Thursday night. The rockets did not cause any injuries.
The Yazidis fled to a remote area in northern Iraq after they became targets of the hyper-militant group. ISIS considers the Yazidis devil worshippers and incompatible with an Islamic state.
While almost every item has changed, a few have remained the same across centuries.
Photojournalist Ben Taub has spent the last two summers on the Turkish-Syrian border, recording the lives of civilians caught up in the conflict in Syria. Contains graphic images.
On the anonymous secret-sharing app Whisper, people who say they are survivors of military sexual assault open up about their heartbreaking experiences and living with PTSD.
The al-Qaeda-linked group Al-Nusra Front claims that American citizen Moner Mohammad Abu-Salha, who grew up in Florida, carried out a suicide bombing in the city of Idlib, Syria on May 25.
The 18 members of the Al-Najar family had been trapped in their home since Thursday, Reuters reports.
The militant group has been destroying holy sites as it seeks to impose Sharia law. This week, it blew up the tomb of the biblical prophet said to have survived inside a whale.
The First World War began 100 years ago, on 4 August 1914. Here are some of the most arresting photos from the conflict. Contains graphic images.
It was the greatest act of deception in modern warfare. This is its story.
Newly elected president Petro Poroshenko declared a national day of mourning and vowed an “appropriate response.”
In the eastern city of Donetsk, friends and neighbors have transformed into enemies, and people on both sides of the conflict worry that there’s no way out from a slide to civil war.
Since 1992, dozens of Mexican folk musicians have been executed in cold blood, mainly throughout the northern regions of Mexico.
The president lays out an introspective foreign policy.
“After more than a decade of Afghan war, ‘Now we are finishing the job we started,” Obama said Tuesday. “This year, we will bring America’s longest war to a responsible end.”
Severe flooding has prompted the evacuation of tens of thousands of people and left dozens dead. The number of people impacted by the high water is expected to be much larger.
1014 Retold is re-telling an 11th century battle on Twitter, and it feels as though it’s taking place in Westeros. And you can join in!
On military fiction, the stories through which we attempt to understand combat, and Cara Hoffman’s Be Safe I Love You.
Nationalism, and cash, at the barricades.
Author and former Marine Corps officer Phil Klay on his debut collection, Redeployment, modern America’s relationship to combat, and there being “as many narratives about war as there are about falling in love.”