While in Afghanistan army sergeant Nick B. came across a dog; covered in mud and its ears and tail hacked off. He didn’t just walk away, he knew he had to try to save this misfortunate mutt. He approached the owner who was willing to trade the dog for a pack of cigarettes and made […]
A helicopter from private military contractor Xe crashed outside Baghdad on Friday, killing two crew members and leaving two other injured, a company spokeswoman said.
Defying threats of arrest or worse, witnesses to protests in Iran are managing to leak reports of violence after the country’s disputed presidential elections. “Censoring is very bad here and they have reduced Internet speed,” two Iranians said to a friend outside the country. The pair wanted to broadcast images of damage and casualties after a reported attack on a dorm at the University of Tehran
Church bells rang throughout Australia on Sunday in remembrance of the victims of last month’s devastating fires that killed 209 people. In a nationally televised memorial, a somber Prime Minister Kevin Rudd praised the resilience of Australians and offered a message of hope. “As a people, we weep for the lost,” he said.