by Alice Ollstein Apr 27, 2016
Merrill explained to ThinkProgress that the "way of life" he celebrates is based on Confederate soldiers' independent spirit, not their advocacy for slavery.
by Justin Salhani Feb 12, 2016
Diplomats say it's not worth the paper it's written on.
by Beenish Ahmed Feb 2, 2016
Thirty years after they were kept as sexual slaves, the women – who are now in their 70s and 80s – are having their day in court.
by Beenish Ahmed Jan 15, 2016
Many of the reports of violence seem to stem from ethnic conflict, of grave concern in Burundi, which emerged in 2005 from a 12-year conflict that pitted the country’s Tutsi minority against rebel groups from its Hutu majority.
by Justin Salhani Oct 29, 2015
One country will be notably absent though: Syria.
by Justin Salhani Sep 30, 2015
The area hit is controlled by a rebel faction that is neither ISIS nor Jabhat al-Nusra -- Syria’s al-Qaeda branch.
by Sam P.K. Collins Sep 14, 2015
Despite improvements, there is much more to do.
by Justin Salhani Aug 18, 2015
The government’s troops were accused by the UN in June of “new levels of brutality,” including raping and immolating young women and girls.
by Beenish Ahmed Jul 31, 2015
More and more Salvadorans trying to flee to America to escape the violence. Ironically, that’s where much of it came from.
by Ian Millhiser Jul 25, 2015
The events that would follow, if Oklahoma refused to obey a federal court order commanding them to release an incarcerated abortion doctor, could resemble a miniature Civil War.