The man who once played Idi Amin talks about the suffering of boys and girls in armies around the world—and in U.S. gangs.
During the Iraq war, Syrian families took in thousands of relatives and friends fleeing across the border. Now, in a cruel reversal of fate, they are the ones seeking shelter in a strange land.
His sense of justice took him to fight in Syria. American justice accused him of terrorism. Now he’s dead. The fighter I knew.
Syria's civil war has claimed over 100,000 lives and sent millions of refugees fleeing their homes. As 2013 winds down, displaced Syrians want to share these words with the world.
Nine years after Arafat’s death, the world’s richest Palestinian and Arafat’s longtime compatriot remembers his friend and addresses rumors the PLO may have played a role in his demise.
Anna Therese Day on her meeting with four radical jihadists in Syria.
Anna Therese Day on the lack of education for Syria’s children.
Anna Therese Day interviews a fighter for al Qaeda.
The West won’t supply them with heavy weapons, so rebels must make their own guns and bombs to fight off the government’s attacks. Anna Therese Day tours a secret arms workshop near Aleppo.
Are foreign extremists gaining disproportionate influence inside the opposition forces? Anna Therese Day talks to a Saudi fundamentalist who is funding the “Syrian jihad.”