An interview with Hany Abu-Assad, director of the explosive thriller "Omar."
Struggling for consensus in the face of shocking atrocities shouldn't be an option.
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Obama's planned visit will only debase his office.
Oxfam, Amnesty and Care USA call on regional powers to push for peace
Informant spills thousands of images showing Holocaust-like conditions.
Let's work to make a more peaceful world in 2014.
British inquiry plans to release communications that led to the invasion of Iraq.
Slain leader's offspring carry her legacy forward amid national turbulence.
Russians rule out radiation poisoning, but Swiss experts question their accuracy.
The latest, disasterous drone strike in Yemen illustrates our need for change.
Michele Bachmann, Louie Gohmert and Steve King going to the Middle East must be a joke, right?
After abruptly walking out on talks, Iran will return to the nuclear bargaining table.
Kerry downplays suspension as the Iranians ruminate on an 'appropriate response.'
United Nations report concludes banned weapons used at least five times.