Despite a $10 million reward for his capture, the Iraqi tyrant's liaison to the world's most radical jihadists, now 72, is on the loose and in cahoots with the so-called Caliph Ibrahim. http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/07/20/saddam-s-former-deputy-the-red-skull-of-baghdad-still-at-large-in-iraq-and-allied-with-isis.html
It's time the Iraqi Pottery Barn rule—'You break it, you pay a trillion dollars for it'—is applied to someone else.
Investigators will have a hard time explaining why the Malaysia Airlines plane was shot down. But no one who saw the bodies fall will ever forget.
Reporters who stopped at the Donetsk morgue looking for clues in the downing of the Boeing 777 were arrested by rebels anxious to impress them with their anger—and their blades.
The slaughter of 29 women and two men in an alleged house of prostitution shows the danger of the Iraqi government's reliance on Shia militias for its defense.
In the Iraq Bikers club, a not-so-wild bunch of men, including Christians and Hezbollah fighters, see themselves as "family." Not a bad model for the rest of the nation.
In their defenselessness and desperation, Gaza's civilians find determination and a sense of community as they lay their dead to rest.
As the Gaza war marks its deadliest day so far, Palestinians seek safety and rely on each other.
On the Isola del Giglio, the men who salvaged the doomed cruise ship have become part of the island's family. What will the Giglese do when they're gone?