- The assault on the In Amenas gas facility has made the security of physical infrastructure a more urgent issue for the energy industry.
- Timbuktu has taken the pressure off Hollande, but there are still worries over the open-ended nature of the French government’s commitment.
- A senior police officer found guilty of carrying out the gruesome murder of a journalist 13 years ago implicated a former Ukrainian president and his aide as he was sentenced.
- The Oscar-nominated film “The Gatekeepers” has captured the world’s attention, but one of the subjects of the film worries that people in Israel are not listening.
- Amy Davidson explains why following Guantánamo “proceedings can be a bit like watching over someone’s shoulders when they play SimCity and forget an essential utility, causing the whole grid to crumple.”
- The man who was with the Delhi rape victim has spoken about his relationship with the 23-year-old college graduate who died after the attack in December.
- Dozens of men have taken to the stage in a Tokyo park to declare their love for their wives loudly in front of a national audience.
- Those cute, cuddly cats all over the internet? It seems they are actually deadly killing machines.
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