Michael Kamber put together a new book featuring pictures and oral histories from fellow photojournalists who worked in wartime Iraq.
Place: Beyond New York
Three men have consumed nothing except water since beginning their protest in front of United Nations on Lo-sar — the Tibetan New Year — on Feb. 22.
Backers of imprisoned oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky at the Crossroads of the World to mark eight years since his arrest and imprisonment in Russia.
Click on our interactive map to hear New Yorkers born in the Middle East speak about the uprisings sweeping the region.
The Central Asian state has put new restrictions on cellular phone use and has increased surveillance of political activists, apparently trying to head off the kind of uprisings seen in the Middle East.
Polish Consul General Ewa Junczyk-Ziomecka still shudders at recalling the plane crash that killed her country's president and most of his cabinet last year.
Filipino Ambassador Libran Cabactulan is working to protect his countrymen living in the strife-torn Middle East.
The Marshall Islands, one of the world's smallest nations, is trying to become one of the leading voices in the global debate on climate change.