Journalist and author Sebastian Junger was originally scheduled to be in Libya when his friend and colleague, photojournalist Tim Hetherington, was killed.
Military veterans and families of people killed on the September 11th attacks talk about how they reacted to the news that Osama Bin Laden had been killed....
Eric Prince, founder of the controversial Blackwater Worldwide private security company, is building a mercenary army for the United Arab Emirates....
Police arrested two imams at Miami's oldest mosque for giving financial support to the Pakistani Taliban....
Eurovision was meant to unite Europe after world war, but it often highlights how disjointed the continent is....
Members of Osama Bin Laden family released a statement criticizing the United States over the killing of their family member. ...
President Barack Obama is due to give an important speech on his Middle East policy. Experts examine what he will (and should) talk about....
Top Chinese and US officials are engaging in bilateral talks, and human rights violations will be a part of the discussion....
The United States government has been releasing videos of Osama Bin Laden to combat the carefully crafted images he presented to the world. How will he be remembered?...
Some Pakistanis don't want to believe that Bin Laden was in Pakistan. Now many are angry at both the United States and their own government....
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