By killing the desert, we save those parts of the world that are not desert—a battle of competing visions that Death Valley Jim is fighting.
Ankara, Turkey—Emergency workers examine the site of an explosion on March 13. At least 37 people were killed and 125 wounded in a car bombing in the Turkish capital, the second such attack in under a month. Though no group immediately claimed responsibility, Turkey quickly launched airstrikes against Kurdish militants in northern Iraq, blaming the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, for the attack. Security officials told Reuters one of two suspected attackers was a woman from the group, which has been fighting for Kurdish autonomy for three decades.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
Iranian oil tycoon Babak Zanjani made billions from black market trading in the bazaar. Now he faces execution for corruption.
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What was supposed to be a platform for civilized discussion instead became a way to spend hours watching porn and bingeing on TV.
As Sandy Phan-Gillis remains behinds bars, Beijing may be angling for a swap.
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When Mowgli Holmes finishes his massive cannabis project, weed cultivation and sales will drastically change.
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In his atelier in the Swiss mountains, Junod creates elaborate, robot-like moving figures.