Where do sheikhs go shopping? Facing the rising
threat of a nuclear-armed Iran, they go to weapons shows like the International Defence Exhibition and
Conference, where leaders from Cairo to Riyadh are stocking up.
Photojournalist Chris Hondros shares the scenes and stories of the two and a half weeks he spent walking the rubble of Port-au-Prince -- visiting morgues and newly dug mass graves, and meeting survivors in crowded makeshift hospitals.
One year into his presidency, Barack Obama still hasn't managed to close the controversial U.S. prison facility at Guantánamo Bay. But its days are clearly numbered. Here's how I'll always remember the place.
The new year has greeted many parts of the world with a freezing Arctic blast. Some have endured frustrating transportation delays, while others have been chilling out, enjoying the surrounding winter wonderland.
Silvio Berlusconi, prime minister of Italy, is his known for his love of the ladies, propensity for offensive comments, and occasional run-ins with the law. Here's 2009, a banner year, in Berlusconi blunders.
Norwegian photojournalist Jonas Bendiksen spent six weeks living in the slums of Nairobi, then Caracas, Mumbai, and Jakarta. His remarkable panoramic images take us inside slum families' lives, revealing the profound human impulse to fashion not only shelter but a home.
BY JONAS BENDIKSEN, CHRISTINA LARSON|NOVEMBER 5, 2009
Maybe history didn't end in 1989, but the world would certainly never be the same. From Berlin, to Beijing, to Burma, here are some of the most memorable images from a "year of miracles." Part of an FP series, 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.