150,000 people lined up to pay respects to the so-called 'Red Napoleon'
By the time 15 heavily armed Taliban fighters were spotted on the airfield at Camp Bastion at around 10pm, it was too late to prevent an attack that struck at the heart of Britain’s main base in Afghanistan.
Images chronicle the work of press photographers in the front lines of the conflict that was the 'last newspaper war'
Declassified documents reveal National Security Agency put anti-war critics on a watch list
Out of America: The CIA whistleblower struck a blow for us all, but his 1970s predecessor showed how to win
Charge carried possible life sentence, although he will now be sentenced after convictions on lesser charges of espionage and theft
The judge in the case is due to issue verdicts within days
Study part-funded by the CIA to investigate national security implications of geoengineering
Is Bob Dylan “unworthy” of the Légion d’honneur, France’s highest civilian award? The head of the institution which decides on the recipients appears to think so.
The arrest of Rabbi Susan Silverman attracted unexpected attention when her famous sister - the comedian Sarah Silverman - tweeted about it
The sniper’s bullet only served to increase his power, writes Rupert Cornwell
Michael Bywater pays tribute to Ray Cusick, who died last week, and his invention of a quintessentially British baddie
President Obama promises to use “whatever power” his office holds to prevent “more tragedies likes this.”
The body of Cambodia's former king, Norodom Sihanouk, will be displayed for up to three months before a large state funeral is held for the mercurial and widely loved monarch who died after suffering a heart attack.
Nicholas Katzenbach's career in government was the history of America's turbulent 1960s in miniature.
Horst Faas, a prize-winning combat photographer who changed the way photojournalists covered conflict, has died aged 79.