Hundreds of migrants are sleeping in the rough around train stations in Rome and Milan. Reporter Megan Williams says the stalled travelers are mainly migrants from north Africa who've been blocked from journeying further north.
Field Marshal Josip Broz Tito was not your usual dictator. He played the West off the Communist Eastern bloc — taking money from both — creating a special, but temporary, place for Yugoslavia in postwar Europe.
Palestinian factions in Lebanese refugee camps have been known to turns their guns on each other. But with ISIS now a potential threat in their adopted homes, they've joined together to form a new, more professional force to keep the jihadi group out.
When ISIS seized control of Mosul, Iraqi policemen and soldiers fled. Now some of those men are training to try and reclaim Iraq's second-largest city. Yet the support they'll need to beat ISIS doesn't yet seem to be in place.
Hundreds of Kurds have crossed the front lines to join ISIS, essentially joining the fight against their own people. It’s shocking to many in the Kurdish semi-autonomous region of the Iraq, but government-paid preachers may have a hand in the phenomenon.
One day, Dean Parker was watching the news on TV. The next he was packing up body armor and preparing to fight with Kurdish forces against ISIS militants in Iraq and Syria. Now he's looking for a flight home — and knows he has some explaining to do to the FBI and Homeland Security.