by Beenish Ahmed Nov 19, 2015
Fears that Jewish refugees would work as spies for the Nazis was part of the reason why they were denied entry into the United States.
by Beenish Ahmed Oct 13, 2015
“Claiming that the fight is against terrorists does not give any government the right to tear up the laws of war, which specifically protect health workers and facilities,” Widney Brown, of PHR said in a statement.
by Justin Salhani Apr 29, 2015
Assad’s regime is currently backed by Russia and Iran and that support has reinforced the fight against rebels looking to end the Assad family’s 40-plus-year reign.
by Beenish Ahmed Feb 20, 2015
"For me, I see that the artist is the conscience of a society."
by Beenish Ahmed Feb 12, 2015
When asked if he has scaled back foreign aid workers from Syria in light of ISIS' killings, Trevor Hughes of International Relief and Development said, “I’m hesitant to send anybody anywhere in Syria."
by Beenish Ahmed Nov 24, 2014
If the Hunger Games blurs the lines between real life events and great myth, it’s not by coincidence.
by Hayes Brown Sep 23, 2014
It wasn't just ISIS in the U.S.' crosshairs on Monday night, but also a group with close ties to al-Qaeda's main leadership.
by Hayes Brown Sep 15, 2014
Now Assad wants to help the U.S. destroy ISIS. Back in 2011, he was providing the space that the group would need to grow and thrive.
by Hayes Brown Jun 5, 2014
Of all of Syria's "friends," not many are wishing Assad a hearty congrats over his new term in office.
by Will Freeman May 28, 2014
Votes are being cast in Syria and Egypt, but nobody thinks that their ballots will affect the outcome.