Western recruits to ISIS are evolving new ways to reach the Syrian front lines, using "broken travel" to take circuitous roots to joining jihadi groups. Such tactics are making potential fighters even harder to spot for Europe's many intelligence agencies.
Russian President Vladimir Putin sits at the top of a power structure he helped create. But it wasn't always this way. He was once an unemployed KGB agent looking for a job. He proved a master at upward mobility.
He left the island in 2007 after thinking the US and Cuba would never mend their differences. So the recent news is sweet and sour, especially after selling a home he put his life into making beautiful.
The Blacksad series of noir graphic novels stands out for two reasons. All the characters are animals. And the series is set in 1950s America, even though its original creator has never been to the US.
Ten years ago today the Chilean dictator General Augusto Pinochet was arrested. His case has become a benchmark for the international human rights movement. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from Peter Kornbluh of the National Security Archive.
The largest release of political prisoners in Cuba in a decade is underway. Europe wants to improve its tense relations with the island. But many remain doubtful that Castro's gesture is a sign of real change. The World's Gerry Hadden reports.
The Spanish economy is at a stand-still and unemployment remains at 20 percent. Brothels seem to be doing good business, especially a new one. It's called Paradise and it claims to be the largest in Europe. The World's Gerry Hadden reports.