An Anti-Balaka fighter demonstrates a decapitation technique, and more horrifying images from the battle raging in the Central African Republic.
This woman is Afghanistan’s only female warlord—she’s tough, she’s brutal, and for 34 years nobody has been able to take her down.
A lace bedspread is still on the bed, adorned with photographs and his feathered helmet. His moth-eaten military jacket hangs limply on a hanger. His chair, tucked under his desk, faces the window in the room where he was born on 10 October 1896.
A French soldier’s room has been left unchanged for 96 years since his death in the first world war.
Photo: Bruno Mascle/Photoshot
"When the Talib Said, 'Which One of You is Malala,' I Squeezed My Friend's Hand"
5 Steps to Getting Over Your Ignorance of the Nobel Winner for Literature -
This guy didn’t win. We’re here to help you get over it.
“Yesterday I saw my appendix. It was pink and tiny, quite hard to see, but how interesting to be introduced to it for the first time.”
Illustration by Boris Pelcer
Oh, John Boehner. Way to accidentally tell the truth about your jobs plan.
Getting an Abortion Is No More Dangerous Than Running a Marathon -
But Texas is citing “patient safety” to enforce its bogus new abortion laws.