Recent attacks in Indonesia and Saudi Arabia have left some wondering whether attempts to turn militants away from terrorism have failed.
After years of political discontent, the French president is pumping up his poll numbers and winning trade deals.
Emily Arnold-Fernandez's first client was a Liberian teen who would be forced to go to war without her help.
A plucky professor at the University of Alaska Fairbanks arranged an embed with the US military for three aspiring journalists, who returned home safely this week.
The US has long suspected that Pyongyang had this kind of nuclear program.
As part of the counterinsurgency mission, US Army units will return to the same regions in order to build on experience and develop stronger relationships on the ground.
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