Search for Missing Teens Leads to Largest Israeli Military Escalation Since the Second Intifada
The manhunt for the teens led to raids and hundreds of arrests — including of prisoners who had been released in exchange for Gilad Shalit.
How So Many Football-Loving Brazilians Ended Up Hating the World Cup
Brazilians may love football. But many of them are not welcoming the World Cup, costing their unequal country $11 billion, without a fight.
Egypt Jails Tahrir Activists as Sisi Visits Woman Sexually Assaulted on Inauguration Night
An icon of the Tahrir revolution faces 15 years in prison, while the new president visited the victim of a brutal sexual assault on Sunday.
Video Shows Palestinians Booting Israeli Soldiers From an Occupied Home
A group of Palestinian villagers entered a home occupied by Israeli soldiers and unceremoniously, but peacefully, kicked them out.