Columnist Lynne O'Donnell, who recently returned to Afghanistan, says she was detained and punished for her past reporting. "They'd look at each other and say, 'She knows her crimes,' and then they took me away," she says.
US Army Apache attack helicopters based in South Korea are holding live-fire drills with rockets and guns for the first time since 2019, as the allies step up military exercises amid tension with North Korea.
"Nope," Jordan Peele's third movie, opened to an estimated $44 million this weekend in North America, according to Universal Pictures.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added six destinations to its "high" risk category for travel on Monday.
Once regarded as the sole democracy to have emerged from the mass protests of the Arab Spring in 2011, Tunisia is today voting on a newly minted constitution that analysts fear could be the final nail in the coffin of its democratic era.