Stories about War & Conflict from December, 2018
Indonesian military suspected of using chemical weapons against West Papuan separatists, reports Australian newspaper
"Villagers are traumatised and very scared. They have fled into the jungle. Christmas should be a time of peace but not a time of fear."
Before the project began, one-fifth of the school's students had been absent. Now they're all back in the classroom.
From long-time leaders stepping down to citizens rising up, a cautious hope surges alongside the continuous struggle. Here are our favorite stories from across Africa in 2018.
The state made a promise to compensate families whose sacrifices are lauded in official rhetoric. Then it let them down.
TIME ignored the murder of three journalists while including a staged one. Why couldn’t both be included?
"We can discuss nuance all day long, but at the end of the day, it was Japan that invaded Korea and used slave labor."
The three officials are wanted in connection with the detention and subsequent disappearance of two French-Syrian nationals, Mazen Dabbagh and his son Patrick.
As Mexico enters the twelfth year of its armed conflict, the president-elect sparks controversy proposing to militarize the police.
"You are such a bastard guy, I just want to say goodbye. May God bless you where you are. You boring man with no plan. With no plan!"