War And Unrest

Memory boxes capture Afghans' pain of war, attempt to heal

Apr 10, 2018

Survivors of Afghanistan's many wars create memory boxes to deal with their losses and pain, attempt to heal

Turkey: 3 wanted for ties to US-based cleric seized in Gabon

Apr 10, 2018

Turkey's state-run news agency says three men accused of ties to U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen have been seized in Gabon and brought back to Turkey to face trial

Senior Iranian official visiting Syria says Israel's airstrike that killed 7 Iranians "will not go unanswered"

Apr 10, 2018

Senior Iranian official visiting Syria says Israel's airstrike that killed 7 Iranians "will not go unanswered"

Saudi-led airstrikes kill 17 in Yemen's center and south

Apr 9, 2018

Yemeni tribal and rebel officials say Saudi-led coalition airstrikes killed at least 17 people, including children, in the southwestern city of Taiz and the northern rebel stronghold of Saada

NATO says US airstrike kills senior Islamic State commander

Apr 9, 2018

NATO says a U.S. airstrike in northern Afghanistan has killed a senior Islamic State commander

Syrians in Raqqa afraid, angry, frustrated as they rebuild

Apr 8, 2018

Six months after the Islamic State group was driven out, residents of the Syrian city of Raqqa feel they have been abandoned as the world moves on

Mexican marines admit helicopter fire killed 3 civilians

Apr 7, 2018

Mexican marines admit that bullets fired from helicopter killed 3 civilians in border city

Pakistani prime minister in Afghanistan to ease tensions

Apr 6, 2018

Pakistani PM in Afghanistan to ease strained relations between the countries, push for peace talks with the Taliban

As Trump mulls a pullout, IS attempts to re-emerge in Syria

Apr 5, 2018

Even as President Donald Trump mulls a U.S. pullout, insisting that the Islamic State is "almost completely defeated," the extremist group is showing signs of revival in Syria

Turkish spy agency has snatched 80 people from 18 countries

Apr 5, 2018

A top Turkish official says Turkey's intelligence agency has snatched at least 80 Turkish citizens from 18 countries who are wanted by Turkey for alleged links to the 2016 failed coup

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