'People Live Here': How Ukrainians Are Trying to Survive the War
Albert Lores' photos capture the lives of people who have been forced to paint messages on their doors to avoid being bombed.
Yemeni Photographers Show the Horrors of the Country's Civil War
The five-year conflict has left 80 percent of the population in desperate need.
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Inside the Kill Zone of Fallujah's 'Hell House'
Fifteen years ago, this battle altered the course — and perception of — the Iraq War.
The Stories You Lose When Your Refugee Family Splits Itself Up
After her entire family fled Iraq, my grandmother stayed behind because she didn't want to give up on the country she loves.
Duterte Just Threatened to Go on a 'Suicide Mission' Against China
The Philippine president is confronting China over its presence in the South China Sea.
Meet the Scientist Planning to Blast Space Junk out of Orbit With Lasers
Humanity has left 900,000 pieces of garbage orbiting earth. Professor Craig Smith wants a cleanup.
Inside the Dangerous Life of a Female 'Fixer' in Iraq
"My mom, when she’s asking me when will I get married... I tell her, ‘Find me someone as strong as me and I will marry them, I promise.’”
The US Army Somehow Thought This Rap Recruitment Video Was a Good Idea
'Uniform: paid for. Electric bill: paid for. Water bill: paid for.'
How Syrians Are Rebuilding the Monuments Destroyed By ISIS
A French restoration company is working with locals to restore their most important cultural artefacts.
From Tintin to AK-47s: A Teenage Tamil Tiger On Revolution And Terror
Listen to our new Podcast with Niromi Di Soyza, who joined the Tamil Tigers at 15.
Why the People Responsible for US Nukes Tweeted a Veiled Threat on New Year’s Eve
The horrifying gaffe raises questions about how the US military uses social media.
Finally, a Book About Nazi Soldiers Taking a Shit
Erik Kessels' new work is a collection of photos from WWII depicting German soldiers caught in a very vulnerable act.