A WWII Soviet soldier, after the fall of Berlin, parachuted onto an enemy airfield where he was captured by more than 3,500 Japanese troops. Game over? Not even.
He was a trusted reporter … but maybe he shouldn’t have been quite so trusted.
Central Asian governments are working on a “peace pipeline.” How did that work out last time?
Both sweet and savory, this beloved Middle Eastern dish inspires a food fight over its origins.
OZY columnist and former CIA Deputy Director John McLaughlin argues there’s no chance Kim Jong Un denuclearizes. So now what?
Richard Yim has built the first humanitarian demining robots to tackle a global crisis underfoot.
Syria’s leader has counted on the business elite for support throughout the war. Now, he’s pressuring them for taxes — and risking a critical alliance.
Brazil and Argentina are struggling. But smaller Paraguay is emerging as a little-recognized beacon of economic success in South America.
Known affectionately as Baba Cavit, this 65-year-old has helped an estimated 3,500 Syrian refugees in his poor neighborhood.
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- Good Sh*t
Members from enemy groups and victims of their violence come together in a remarkable show about forgiveness in Colombia.
Is he real or fake? One man or many? Nobody knows for sure about Zabihullah Mujahid.
The Taliban surrendered … then they killed an American.
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Trump’s talks with the Taliban just collapsed, leaving the path forward in Afghanistan muddy.