Wild Boars Kill ISIS Militants Just Before They Can Ambush Resistance Fighters
A group of boars killed three ISIS militants who were setting up an ambush against local tribesmen in northern Iraq on Sunday.
Eight Mummies and Over 1,000 Statues Uncovered In Ancient Egyptian Tomb
Officials hope the exciting archaeological discoveries will encourage a boost in tourism.
U.S. Presence In Afghanistan About Testing Weapons, Not “War On Terror,” Former Afghan President Says
The former Afghan president condemned the U.S. recent actions in Afghanistan.
U.S.-Led Airstrike Kills 18 Syrian Allies In Third Mistaken Bombing This Month
The latest incident occurred on Tuesday, April 11 in Tabqah, Syria.
Francis Frith’s Photos Take You Straight Back To 19th Century Egypt And The Holy Land
Francis Frith's shots offer calm, quiet visions of pre-Age of Restoration Egypt and the Holy Land.
U.S. Received Millions Of Dollars’ Worth Of Stolen Artifacts From Middle East Conflict Zones In 2016
A record $100 million worth of ancient artifacts from the Middle East and North Africa found its way to the U.S. last year.
After $4 Million Restoration, Jesus’ Tomb Is Open But Not Good As New
Experts are now calling for a further $6.5 million to stave off the possibility of "catastrophic" collapse.
9/11 Families File Lawsuit Against Saudi Arabia, Seek Compensation
The families of 9/11 victims are suing the Suadi government.
Jihad May Be the Most Misunderstood Part of Islam
Jihad is a very modern problem, but its roots reach back to the beginnings of Islam. What has this term historically meant, and what does it mean today?
The Silk Road May Not Have Started The Way We Think, New Research Says
The Silk Road was made possible by the ancient efforts of sheep herders, new research finds.
Valentine’s Day Banned by Pakistani Court
An Pakistani Court banned all celebrations of Valentine's Day on Monday, insisting that the holiday goes against traditional Muslim values.