Djibouti was once known for little more than French legionnaires, atrocious heat and the sordid nightlife of its seaside capital. Nowadays it’s viewed as offering some of the most prime military real estate on the planet.
Malik Jalal believes he is on a US kill list. A Pakistani living in northern Waziristan, Jalal has survived four drone attacks that killed some of his close relatives. Now he wants the US government to hear him out.
Tabloid news outlets are calling him the Russian Rambo. Alexander Prokhorenko was a Russian special forces soldier who died in Syria on March 19. It’s being reported that he called in an airstrike on his own position as it was being overrun by ISIS fighters. But how true is the story?
ISIS's European network of militants has proven to be more extensive and deep-rooted than security services expected. And new evidence shows that the architect behind that network was one man: Abdelhamid Abaaoud.
The war in Syria is entering its sixth year with no end in sight. Have you ever imagined if a violent conflict of the same scale happened in your country? This app will show you what the human toll would be.
Georgians displaced by the fighting with Russia are trying to return home, but they face several obstacles. Lisa Mullins finds out more from Jessica Barry of the International Committee of the Red Cross. She's in the Georgian capital Tblisi.
One-time Sunni insurgents in Iraq have helped stabilize the country through so-called "Awakening Councils,ï¿½ but as The World's Katy Clark reports, their role in the future could depend on how the Sunnis get along with Iraq's Shiite-dominated government.
A daring operation took place this week through one of the most dangerous parts of Afghanistan. Thousands of international troops worked together to deliver a massive hydroelectric turbine to a site in southern Afghanistan.
Pakistani authorities reacted with anger after troops reportedly attacked a village close to the Afghan border, just inside Pakistani territory. Pakistan blamed NATO forces, but NATO has denied involvement.
The World's Quil Lawrence reports from Kabul, Afghanistan, on what Afghans expect a new Pakistani president will mean in the fight against the Taliban. The Taliban use parts of Pakistan as a safe haven for attacks across the border in Afghanistan.