The government has already launched a series of police raids and bombed the Islamic State in Syria, but what's next?
Nearly a year after a suicide bomber killed at least 57 people at a volleyball match in Paktika, Afghanistan, a match in the province was the target of another bombing.
A coalition of human-rights groups said the 15 people arrested were mostly students and rights defenders in the 20s and 30s. The government has so far released no evidence directly linking them to the ELN.
Initial evidence suggested the National Liberation Army was behind the Thursday explosives at two pension offices in Bogota that left 10 people injured, President Juan Manuel Santos said. But the ELN has not yet claimed responsibility.
Gunmen burst into guests' rooms overnight, the third attack on a guesthouse in as many weeks in Afghanistan. Violence has surged since the Taliban launched its spring offensive in April.
In this excerpt, VICE News correspondent Kaj Larsen embeds with an operational air wing provided by private military contractors to the Nigerian military for their assault on the city of Bama.
At an abandoned Maiduguri airport in northeast Nigeria, a platoon prepares and what has become a de facto staging base for a series of military counter offensives against Boko Haram.
After a large-scale disaster, one of the priorities is to identify the corpses, a task that often falls to a disaster-victim-identification expert.