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Dylann Roof Had A Rhodesian Flag On His Jacket -- Here's What That Tells Us

HuffingtonPost.com | Nick Baumann | Posted 06.19.2015 | Politics

Dylann Storm Roof, the 21-year-old man suspected of killing nine people at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, on Wednesday, wore a jacket w...

Charleston Shooting Suspect Wore Pro-Apartheid Patch On Jacket

The Huffington Post | Ryan Grenoble | Posted 06.18.2015 | Crime

Judging from the patches affixed to the jacket he's wearing in his Facebook profile picture, suspected Charleston church shooter Dylann Storm Roof may...

Remembering a Generation Defined by Duty

Llewellyn King | Posted 05.22.2015 | Impact
Llewellyn King

When the World War II Memorial opened on the Mall in Washington in April 2004, I went there. I did not like it, architecturally; I was disappointed. But then men with canes and in wheelchairs began arriving, smiling and shedding occasional tears

Do Sanctions Work?

Daniel Wagner | Posted 05.04.2015 | World
Daniel Wagner

Economic sanctions have long been used as a foreign policy tool, sometimes perceived as the tool of choice for nations where diplomacy has failed to yield desired results. Yet as widely used as they are, they generally fail to achieve their objectives.

It Hasn't Been a Good Day: William Dalrymple, Bosnia, Punjab, Zimbabwe and ... Robin Williams

T. Sher Singh | Posted 10.13.2014 | Religion
T. Sher Singh

He was a year younger than me, I note immediately. That's so very young, I say to myself. It saddens me because I enjoyed his work, all the way from his television days in the early 1980s to his recent, sporadic appearances on the big screen.

Zimbabwe Whites Flown Back To UK

Global Post | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

By Zimbabwe Correspondent (author cannot be identified because of Zimbabwe's press restrictions) | GlobalPost HARARE -- Hundreds of Zimbabwe's elde...

Zimbabwe's Poor Healthcare System Causing Humanitarian Crisis

NYCity News Service | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
NYCity News Service

The collapse of Zimbabwe's health system has created a humanitarian crisis where people are already suffering from a crippling hyperinflation and severe food, fuel and currency shortages.