In 2015, three schoolgirls were photographed at the airport, en route to Syria. Will any of them ever come home?
The French's philosopher's documentary, Peshmerga, followed the Kurds fighting Islamic State in northern Iraq. Now, he and his team are back in Iraqi Kurdistan.
After Nahed Hattar was shot dead, moderates fear new laws against hate speech could further limit freedom of media and expression.
Once the campaign is over, it will be clear that this was a trailer for the blockbuster show that follows.
The naming of the dead.
The French press is speculating about Ségolène Royal replacing François Hollande as the Socialist candidate.
Amid the battles, a generation starves.
Theo Epstein is a star because he values the person as much as the player.
The Syrian catastrophe has created the worst humanitarian crisis since the end of the Second World War. And the world watches helplessly as Putin and Assad commit war crimes.
Should Clinton win, Obama would become the first Democratic President to be succeeded by a member of his own party without dying in the process in over 150 years.
A new report by the United Nation Population Fund finds that our collective future rests on how we support the world’s 60 million ten-year-old girls as they start their journey from adolescence to adulthood.
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