The Sunday Times – FOR the people of Gwoza, the first sign that the assault on their town was unlike any other came three days after it fell, when corpses began to appear in the streets. Advertisements
The Sunday Times – It went from hippie haven to celebrity playground, but the Kenyan island kept its charm. Can it survive the twin threats of terrorism and development?
The Sunday Times – THE militant Islamist group Isis is urging its members to plan for a “coming” war with Iran and wants to get hold of the secrets of the country’s clandestine nuclear programme, according to a manifesto believed to have been written by one of its most senior members.
The Sunday Times – HANA KARIM’s father found out that his eldest daughter worked as a prostitute only when he saw a photograph of her body flash up on a television screen in Baghdad’s main morgue.
The Sunday Times – Most of the dead men still had their hands bound behind their backs with white plastic zip cuffs. All of them had bullet holes in their heads.
The Sunday Times – When Abu Hala saw the dead bodies of his only two daughters, something inside him snapped.
The Sunday Times – THE old woman’s movements seemed innocuous at first. But after four days of scouring the terrain for an Isis sniper who had killed as many as 20 of their comrades, a group of Shi’ite militiamen began to wonder how a woman who lived on her own could produce so much rubbish that […]