Tajikistan's government claims nearly 400 Tajik nationals are fighting with ISIS. The latest to join from this Central Asian nation might be the highest profile: the head of the country's special forces branch of its police.
Farea al-Muslimi says American drone strikes aren't just driving Yemenis away from the United States, they're also damaging their relationship with the very sky that feeds their crops and families in peacetime.
Poland was home to one of the secret CIA "black sites" where detainees were held and tortured. But while a new report detailed the abuses prisoners suffered, some Poles wonder why they seems to be the only country willing to take their leaders to task for their involvement.
After 12 years in the US military prison at Guantanamo Bay, six former inmates are now residents of Uruguay. The country's president, José Mujica, hasn't just allowed them in, either — he's rolling out a red carpet for them.
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