Colombian Mercenaries and the Assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse
The U.S. government — and Joe Biden himself — has made repeat appearances in the history that gave rise to Colombia’s hired guns.
“Meant to Intimidate”: Months After Police Raids, Kashmir Human Rights Groups Remain Dormant
The Indian government has been increasingly wielding an anti-terror law against rights activists, journalists, and dissenters in Kashmir.
A Photographer Watched Syria’s Children While Their Government Bombed Them
In his book “Witnesses to War,” photographer Bassam Khabieh confronts the world with life and death in Syria’s 10-year civil war.
At Least Seven Colombians in Haiti Assassination Received U.S. Training
Trainings for the Colombian mercenaries accused of killing Haitian President Jovenel Moïse were conducted in both the U.S. and Colombia, some as recently as 2015.
An American ISIS Fighter Describes the Caliphate’s Final Days — and His Own
A new documentary podcast from The Intercept and Topic Studios offers the most detailed account yet of an American who lived and died inside the Islamic State.