The death toll in Eastern Ghouta stands at nearly 500, and it remains unclear how the sustained bombing campaign in the region will stop.
As Europe experiments with different approaches to a common problem, a test approaches.
Recognizing that Americans are not the future of his religion, the late preacher embraced “the black world, the white world, the yellow world, the rich world, the poor world.”
Archaeologists in Nubia are struggling against erosion, desertification, and government plans to develop the land.
Bashar al-Assad seems to have gotten the message that he can do whatever he wants short of using sarin gas.
A flour war in Greece, mountain hares in Scotland, students marching against guns in the U.S., the Mach Loop in Wales, and much more.
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