by Justin Salhani Aug 4, 2015
It might not be shocking to know that among the foreign forces that have trained Brazil’s military police squad has been trained by two of the U.S.’ most scandal-ridden police forces.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 3, 2015
The staggering sums paid by some individuals to hunt some of the world’s most endangered animals don't help to sustain local communities or promote conservation.
by Katelyn Harrop & Rupali Srivastava Aug 3, 2015
Let's start with the fact that there's no snow.
by Justin Salhani Jul 31, 2015
Even more harrowing, an 18 month old infant died in an arson attack early Friday morning when Israeli settlers threw firebombs at two houses in Douma, in the West Bank.
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 Justin Salhani Jul 30, 2015
Former Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, the man who lost to Obama in 2012, also hit out at Cruz Thursday in a tweet.
Only 54 out of a planned 5,400 U.S.-trained rebels have completed training to date.
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 30, 2015
"This case demonstrates that the network wants to enforce the so-called real names policy with no regard to national legislation."
by Beenish Ahmed Jul 29, 2015
"Osama bin Laden's presence is like a chicken bone stuck in my throat. I can neither spit him out nor swallow him," Mullah Omar is believed to have said soon after 9/11.
by Justin Salhani Jul 29, 2015
Slavery was banned in Brazil in 1888 but nearly 130 years later the country is still grappling with slave-like working conditions in many rural areas.