Moroccan Woman Killed And Cooked Her Boyfriend — Then Served His Remains To Neighbors
She called the crime a moment of "insanity" after her boyfriend of seven years told her he was marrying another woman.
50 Years Later, The Israeli Attack On The U.S.S. Liberty Remains A Mystery
The American research ship was attacked by Israeli forces from both the sky and sea. But, why the disaster occurred in the first place, remains to be understood.
Archeologists Discover Dozens Of Cat Mummies In An Ancient Egyptian Tomb
"This is the first of three upcoming new discoveries in other governorates in Egypt to be announced later before the end of 2018."
Saudi Arabia Just Sentenced A Woman To 2 Years In Prison For Hugging A Man In Public
Despite the kingdom allowing women to drive — lifting a decades-long ban — there are still many restrictive laws against women in place.
Who The Sea Peoples Were And How They Devastated The Ancient World
The Sea Peoples terrorized Egypt and the Mediterranean during the Bronze Age, but their identity and origins remain mysterious to this day.
Built 6,000 Years Before Stonehenge, Gobekli Tepe Is The Oldest Temple In The World
"Gobekli changes everything." And it's not an exaggeration: when Gobekli Tepe was uncovered in 1994, it changed how we understand the rise of human civilizations.
The Mysterious Fate Of Saddam Hussein’s First Wife And Cousin
After the beginning of the Gulf War, Sajida Talfah disappeared, never to be seen again.
Why Gambling Led John Montagu To Invent The Sandwich
As a serious gambler, he wanted a “food of convenience” that wouldn't disrupt his card game.
The Aral Sea Was Once A Desert Oasis – Now It’s Just A Desert
At its peak, the Aral Sea's fishing industry employed 40,000 people. Those jobs vanished when the sea itself did.
Inside The Darvaza Gas Crater, Turkmenistan’s Fiery Door To Hell
The Darvaza gas crater or the 'Door to Hell' has been burning for almost half a century, and the geologists monitoring it have no idea how long it will take to stop.
How A Leper Became King Of Jerusalem – And One Of Its Most Fearless
Baldwin IV had leprosy at a time when it was considered a death sentence as well as a ticket to social ostracism. Instead, he became the King of Jerusalem and a hero to his people.