A lawyer who represented one of six sailors convicted of recording female officers undressing aboard the USS Wyoming is not surprised at the newest security breach on a nuclear-powered submarine.
The dimly lit, dust-caked stacks of the Baghdad National Library hide a treasure of the ages: crinkled, yellowing papers holding the true stories of sultans and kings; imperialists and socialists; occupation and liberation; war and peace.
Afghanistan's Taliban on Tuesday urged followers to disregard "enemy propaganda" about internal fractures following the death of longtime leader Mullah Mohammad Omar and to unite behind his chosen successor.
Every week, millions of Afghans turn on their televisions to watch the comedian Ibrahim Abed's skits, stand-up routines and talk show.
Airstrikes to protect U.S.-trained fighters in Syria on Friday reflect a change in policy that expands the forces — including those from the Assad regime — that could be hit in the defense of the new Syrian Forces.
The Japanese government plans to temporarily suspend ongoing preparation for a new runway at Camp Schwab in Okinawa’s remote north after Gov. Takeshi Onaga threatened to revoke the authorization for landfill work.
Mounting concerns about drones and privacy have so far received little official response, as government agencies have instead prioritized their own operations.