Images allegedly taken by a former military police photographer under Assad’s regime, now on display at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C., could be used as evidence of crimes against humanity
An examination of health, economic and education data help explain why the disease escalated so severely in three nations; they also show why Ebola won’t rage in richer countries and what is required to not only halt this outbreak but prevent it from happening at this scale again.
Science has the answer.
Two American captives remain in North Korea, but Fowle was home Tuesday.
Swedish forces have been scouring the sea off Stockholm since Friday, after what the military called three credible reports of activity by foreign submarines or divers.
The majority UK’s humanitarian donations to Syria via smaller charities end up in the hands of ISIS and other Islamist groups, according to an anti-radicalisation think-tank
100 percent of travelers from the countries hardest hit by Ebola will now be subject to enhanced screening procedures.
“Sweetie” sting reveals tens of thousands of men looking for underage girls to perform sexual acts on a webcam
CEO of French oil major Total, Christophe de Margerie, was killed when his private jet collided with a snow plough whose driver is suspected of being drunk