Libya has become one of the largest black market arms suppliers in the world, and a center for sex trafficking and slavery since the Western intervention in 2011. More importantly, it is a cautionary tale of the West's failed adventurism.
The war against Iraq started in March 2003, on the grounds that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction that could be deployed within 45 minutes. No weapons have been found in Iraq despite intensive investigation.
Amidst rising Islamophobia, British leftists have been outspoken in support of Muslims. In the recent election, Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour gained significant support in constituencies with large Muslim populations. But just how solid is this alliance?
Diana's sons have paid tribute to their mother on the eve of the 20th anniversary of her death. Princes William and Harry met representatives from charities she supported in the White Garden of Kensington Palace.
As US-led strikes in Syria and Iraq continue to cause massive civilian deaths, the past is a warning about whitewashing the pain and suffering caused by foreign interventions.
The High Court's ruling blocked an attempt by a former Iraqi general to bring a private prosecution against ex-British Prime Minister Tony Blair for what his lawyers described as the "crime of aggression".
The centrist's emphatic victory, which also smashed the dominance of France's mainstream parties, will bring huge relief to European allies who had feared another populist upheaval to follow Britain's vote to quit the EU.
The former UK leader says Britons were not aware of the terms of a British exit from the EU when they voted for it in a referendum last June.
The Gambia's information minister calls the ICC the "International Caucasian Court'' and wants nothing to do with it. Other African countries feel the same as two more have begun the process of pulling out.
Israel has been on edge over the health of its last remaining founding father, who had been under sedation and respiratory support in intensive care since September 13.
The report of the British inquiry into the Iraq War presented by John Chilcot has drawn reactions from abroad, which are interesting both for what they say about the report and what they don't.
2.6 million word-long Chilcot report examining UK's role in the Iraq war has been released. It contains harsh criticism of senior government officials, military leaders and politicians – first among them former prime minister Tony Blair.
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