Their churches, their altars, hymn books and pews have been desecrated. But as Iraqi Christians resettle into Qaraqosh, they must face Sunni neighbors who they fear may have welcomed the ISIS extremists.
Opponents of Vladimir Putin have tapped into young Russians' shifting media habits, turning to social media channels to disseminate their message.
There's a cruel irony this Ramadan. Yemenis who have lived with hunger for months are struggling to put together celebratory meals for the end of each day's 15-hour fast. This is how local and international NGOs are helping the neediest.
Yellow dots are hidden on pages you print and geotagged information is encoded in every photo you take. Everything you do online leaves a trail of virtual breadcrumbs.
Khuram Butt was born in Pakistan and raised in London. He's one of three people suspected in the most recent terrorist attack.
Observers say it's a sign of President Sisi's weakening support. But Egyptian journalists are feeling more at risk than ever.
Abu al-Fadl devoted the final months of his life to clearing al-Bab, Syria, of improvised explosives left behind by ISIS in everything from washing machines to cooking pots. The 60-year-old destroyed roughly 3,500 mines before one took his life.
If ISIS did carry out Wednesday's attacks in the Iranian capital, it would come as no surprise to William McCants, author of "The ISIS Apocalypse."
Why one man chose not to mark himself as "safe" on Facebook during the attack in London.
The Guardian and London Evening Standard columnist Simon Jenkins says the media is giving the terrorists too much publicity.