Planners thought it would stay buried in ice forever.
Kim Jong Un’s threats against Guam have given new life to the island’s long-suffering independence movement.
Photographer Ken Bower traveled to the remote island to photograph the damage.
The case is one of the first anywhere in the world to focus on the use of sexual violence in war, and is centered on 15 indigenous women who were kept as sexual slaves by soldiers who had earlier disappeared their husbands and destroyed their community.
The completion of a new Arctic base is Russia's latest projection of power in the region, which is meant to convey a sense of symbolic dominion in the far north.
The unusual behavior of longtime president Alexander Lukashenko may be an effort to show the West that sanctions against Belarus should end at the end of the month.
Insurgents clashed with security forces near the Kabul airport, attacked a military base, bombed a residential area, and killed recruits at the capital’s police academy.
Three men, including a former marine, were planning to storm the base and film the execution on a GoPro.
Nine months since the Ayotzinapa disappearances, a top-notch panel says Mexico's government is preventing them from gathering testimonies from infantry troops who might have been involved in the attacks.
The Foreign Office has reverted back to its original claim that records of flights through Diego Garcia, the British territory implicated in the CIA's global abduction operation, have been destroyed by water damage.