Egypt’s leading state-owned newspaper says President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi and U.S. President Donald Trump will meet in Washington next month.
At fifteen minutes to midnight on New Year’s Eve, early fireworks went off in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
One time, Dr. Tom Catena, a Catholic medical missionary then in Nairobi, Kenya, performed twelve C-sections in a single night.
For a certain kind of liberal internationalist, the International Criminal Court (ICC) is one of the world’s more noble innovations.
The fact that one Chibok girl basically rescued herself last week from the clutches of Boko Haram shouldn’t make any of us feel better.
Despite pledges from President Obama and top U.S. officials to “accelerate” the war against ISIS, the Pentagon admitted Monday that it had retaken only five percent of ISIS-held territory in Iraq in the past five months.
An Al Qaeda-affiliated terror group based in Somalia released a recruitment video Friday purportedly featuring Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump.
Friday, as reports surface that one of the Chibok girls may have escaped her Boko Haram captors, I find myself thinking of her father.
Two thousand four hundred ninety-eight persons died or went missing this year in the Mediterranean, trying to reach Europe without authorization.
The 2013 outbreak of Ebola in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone claimed over 11,000 lives.