The man the Chadian army calls ‘The Butcher’ kneels before a cache of weapons, pickup trucks and motorcycles captured from Boko Haram. He is accused of beheading or slashing the throats of five people in the name of Islam. In the fight against the bloodthirsty Islamist militants, there have so far been few victories and the Nigerian government seems at a loss to stem the unremitting tide of violence they have caused – having been responsible for the deaths of more than 13,000 people over the past five years, according to President Goodluck Jonathan.Launch Slideshow 7 PHOTOS
The murder of Boris Nemtsov strikes at the heart of the opposition to Vladimir Putin
Barrack rooms and battle drills will be shared as every 17-year-old gets his or her papers in a first for Europe and NATO.
As jihadis use cultural vandalism as a weapon of war, fears are increasing for the country's Greco-Roman heritage.
At this point, the technology industry might be better off without any patents.
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The black market wildlife trade is growing—as is the stock at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal.
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Christgau chatted with Newsweek about the research process, today's rock writing landscape and why people should stop being so prudish about the sex in his book.