Ambika Kandasamy is a news editor at GlobalPost. Prior to joining GlobalPost, she worked as a social media producer at Media Cause and as an assistant news editor and reporter at San Francisco Public Press. She was awarded the Women Immigrants Fellowship by New America Media in 2012. She received her master's degree in journalism from Boston University.
From Paris to Cairo, controversial and opposition voices continue to be targeted and silenced around the world.
Analysis from writers and experts who give the view from Moscow.
From the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia to the Taliban in Afghanistan, numerous movements have destroyed and stolen historic artifacts.
The latest deaths in the Mediterranean have reignited the debate on how the European Union should deal with the crisis.
Weapons. Sanctions. Diplomacy. What will resolve the conflict?
Eight former US officials made a case for it this month. But not everyone is on board with the proposal.
The attack marks a significant escalation of tensions between the two sides, which fought a bitter war in 2006 that left more than 1,000 Lebanese civilians dead.
And it voted to designate separatists' 'Republics' in eastern Ukraine as 'terrorist organizations.'