Eyal Weizman uses floor plans, cell phone footage, and road maps to reconstruct what happened in devastated war zones.
From Mexico, a deported father watches his kids grow up in the U.S on Youtube
Canadian company Barrick Gold says it is investigating new allegations of violence near its Papua New Guinea mine
Senators Chris Murphy and Rand Paul said that in light of the civilian toll of the US-backed Saudi-led intervention in Yemen, the White House must ensure that American weapons are not being used in attacks on innocents.
Amnesty International says the Turkish authorities' actions highlight the serious dangers for migrants sent back to Turkey from Europe under a deal due to come into effect next week.
UN investigators have compiled the names of 96 victims, but could not identify 10 bodies that they said were burned "beyond recognition," following the airstrikes in Al Khamees on Tuesday.
In its annual report Amnesty International said governments' short-term national self-interest and draconian security crackdowns had led to an "unprecedented assault on human rights" in 2015.
Eight years after he first vowed to close the detention facility at Guantanamo, Obama delivered a long-awaited plan Tuesday that offered little in the way of new ideas.
Vladimir Putin has signed a law officially allowing the Russian Constitutional Court to pick and choose whether or not it follows rulings by the European Court of Human Rights.