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Fragile Cease-Fire Takes Hold Between Israel and Gaza After Weekend Attacks

Fragile Cease-Fire Takes Hold Between Israel and Gaza After Weekend Attacks

Israeli tanks stationed near the border with the Gaza Strip in southern Israel, on Monday.
At War: Afghan War Casualty Report: May 3-9

At War: Afghan War Casualty Report: May 3-9

Smoke billows from a building during an attack by Taliban militants on a compound in Kabul on May 8, 2019.
Inside Syria’s Secret Torture Prisons: How Bashar al-Assad Crushed Dissent

Inside Syria’s Secret Torture Prisons: How Bashar al-Assad Crushed Dissent

Muhannad Ghabbash, left, with his colleagues at an organization for refugees in Turkey, survived 19 months in Syrian detention.
Inside Syria’s Secret Torture Prisons: How Bashar al-Assad Crushed Dissent

Inside Syria’s Secret Torture Prisons: How Bashar al-Assad Crushed Dissent

Muhannad Ghabbash, left, with his colleagues at an organization for refugees in Turkey, survived 19 months in Syrian detention.
Taliban Target Aid Groups, in an Ominous Turn in Afghanistan

Taliban Target Aid Groups, in an Ominous Turn in Afghanistan

An attack by Taliban militants on aid groups last week seemed to signal a worrisome new chapter in Afghanistan.
Taliban Train Sights on Aid Groups, an Ominous Turn in Afghanistan

Taliban Train Sights on Aid Groups, an Ominous Turn in Afghanistan

An attack by Taliban militants on aid groups last week seemed to signal a worrisome new chapter in Afghanistan.

At War: Afghan War Casualty Report: May 10-16

At least 80 pro-government forces and 29 civilians were killed in Afghanistan during the past week.
Colombia Army’s New Kill Orders Send Chills Down Ranks

Colombia Army’s New Kill Orders Send Chills Down Ranks

A Colombian soldier watching over the border with Ecuador in Nariño, Colombia, last year.
Colombia Army’s New Kill Orders Send Chills Down Ranks

Colombia Army’s New Kill Orders Send Chills Down Ranks

A Colombian soldier watching over the border with Ecuador in Nariño, Colombia, last year.
Syrian Government Starts Campaign to Retake Last Opposition Stronghold of Idlib

Syrian Government Starts Campaign to Retake Last Opposition Stronghold of Idlib

The regime has gradually cornered rebels, extremist fighters and civilians alike in Idlib Province.
Syrian Government Starts Campaign to Retake Last Opposition Stronghold of Idlib

Syrian Government Starts Campaign to Retake Last Opposition Stronghold of Idlib

Residents gathering amid rubble and damaged vehicles in the town of Kafranbel, Syria, in the rebel-held part of Idlib Province, on Monday.

Colombia’s Army Changes Pledge to Carry Out Killings

Colombia’s army, which had ordered officers to pledge to double the number of militants they killed, captured or forced to surrender, said it would change the commitment.

Colombia’s Army Changes Pledge to Carry Out Killings

Colombia’s army, which had ordered officers to pledge to double the number of militants they killed, captured or forced to surrender, said it would change the commitment.
Syrian Government Documents Show Widespread Abuses, Rights Center Says

Syrian Government Documents Show Widespread Abuses, Rights Center Says

In a report, the Syria Justice and Accountability Center said that documents from President Bashar al-Assad’s government detailed systematic human rights violations by the nation’s security agencies.
Saudi Warplanes, Most Made in America, Still Bomb Civilians in Yemen

Saudi Warplanes, Most Made in America, Still Bomb Civilians in Yemen

American efforts to reduce civilian casualties have failed to stop allied warplanes with the Saudi coalition from bombing homes and killing families in Yemen.

Afghan War Casualty Report: May 17-23

At least 16 pro-government forces and 14 civilians were killed in Afghanistan during the past week.

Bombing at Afghan Mosque Kills Popular Religious Scholar

The attack, which killed two people in all, mirrored a Taliban strategy of targeting those with religious influence to exert the militant group’s power far from the battlefield.

Bombing at Afghan Mosque Kills Popular Religious Scholar

The attack, which killed two people in all, mirrored a Taliban strategy of targeting those with religious influence to exert the militant group’s power far from the battlefield.