Janine di Giovanni

Putting a Human Face on Syria's Tragedy

In her book "A Hope More Powerful Than the Sea," Fleming tells the story of Doaa al-Zamel, a young woman who is destined to become the Malala Yousafzai of Syria.

On Death Mountain

The Yazidis face permanent exile unless the Islamic State is defeated

Zero Hour

As they wage their brutal war, ISIS is expected to take aim at 'the Baghdad Belt'

Poison Control

It's a tough job, and the Dutch woman overseeing the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons admits it won't happen by the June 30 deadline

Hilde's War

A Norwegian woman is trying to stop the misery in South Sudan

The Land of Invisible Women

The Arab Spring gave Yemen's women a public voice and a visible face. But the revolution has faded without changing anything for millions.

Angie Goes to War

A war she didn't fully understand has inspired Angelina Jolie to get behind the camera for a love story set in Bosnia.

The Making of a Monster

When his beloved daughter shot herself with his favorite gun, Serbian General Ratko Mladic lost his mind, drenching the Balkans in blood. His capture last week may finally bring justice for his victims.