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The Invasion Timeline

Lt. Tim McLaughlin's chronology of the march from Kuwait to the heart of Baghdad.

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Kill Lists and Victoria's Secret

A Marine's candid, and often funny, reflections on life during wartime.  — The Iraq War Diaries of Lt. Tim McLaughlin

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Tearing Down Saddam

'This place is pandemonium.'  — The Iraq War Diaries of Lt. Tim McLaughlin

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Assault on Baghdad

'Completely destroy everything on the other side of the canal.'  — The Iraq War Diaries of Lt. Tim McLaughlin

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'His Horse Was Named Death'

Ten years after the invasion of Iraq, Tim McLaughlin's remarkable diary of the war reveals a personal, untold history of America's fraught adventure in the Middle East.

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Pulp Non-Fiction

How to explain Washington dysfunction in 10 pulp-fiction posters.

Michael Peck |

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North Korean Pastoral

The Hermit Kingdom as you've never seen it.

Roger Shepherd |

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The World in Photos This Week

Hugo Chávez is laid to rest; Kenya goes to the polls; and locusts swarm the Middle East.

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Adiós, Presidente

The outsized life of Venezuela's celebrity president.

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The FP Survey: The Future of War

FP polls the world's top military thinkers on everything from cyberwar to shrinking budgets.

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The Evolution of Uncle Sam

How U.S. military recruitment posters have changed over the past 150 years.

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On the Stump with Kenya's Leading Man

As Kenya's election nears its climax, an intimate look at candidate -- and prime minister -- Raila Odinga on the campaign trail.

Mackenzie Knowles-Coursin |

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The World in Photos This Week

Sand engulfs Beijing; scandal hits the Catholic church, again; and Dennis Rodman makes a new friend.

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Kerry's Maiden Voyage

Pictures from the newly sworn-in secretary's first trip as America's top diplomat.

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Slumdog Politics

Photos from Mathare, one of Nairobi's sprawling slums, where warlords, witches, and drug dealers stump for votes ahead of next month's election.

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The World in Photos This Week

An Olympian faces murder charges; a restive Gao erupts; and thousands get married en masse in Korea.

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The Last Bunga Bunga?

A look back at the roller-coaster career of Silvio Berlusconi on the eve of what may be his last election.

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The World in Photos This Week

The pope resigns; North Korea tests nukes again; and MPs toss some pancakes.

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Forget the Flowers and Candy

Images from the women's rights rallies that have been taking place around the world this week.

Neha Paliwal |

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Liplomacy

In honor of Valentine's Day, an assortment of political pecks from around the world.

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We Report, the Cardinals Decide

10 top candidates to be the next pope.

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The World in Photos This Week

Obama fires a shotgun; Ahmadinejad heads to Egypt; and Britain rediscovers a king.

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White Russia

Pictures of Moscow's snowiest winter in a century.

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The World in Photos This Week

Hagel takes a beating; Egypt smolders; and a monkey may or may not have seen the great beyond.

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On the Warpath with France's Avant-Garde

Following in the footsteps of the French military advance in Mali.

Fabio Bucciarelli |

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Secretary of Schlep

Hillary Clinton traveled to 112 countries -- we made an awesome slide show.

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La Libération

French-led forces recapture the ancient town of Timbuktu.

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Space Monkeys

Iran's new astronaut is going where many primates have gone before.

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Qin City

Photos of a Macau transformed.

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The World in Photos This Week

The United States celebrates an inauguration; Egyptians return to Tahrir Square; and a fire at a Chicago warehouse turns icy.

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