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As Aleppo continues to deteriorate, many residents are losing patience with an increasingly violent and unrecognizable opposition.
Civilians are caught in the crossfire as the battle for Aleppo continues.
Al Qaeda sympathizers muscling into the Syrian conflict are fighting for an Islamic state.
As fighter jets haunt the skies, rebels deploy guerilla tactics, and civilians get caught in the crossfire.
Raw footage of the fight for Syria’s largest city.
Despite some small victories, Syrian rebels in Aleppo struggle to gain ground against regime air power.
In Aleppo, GlobalPost reports from the single street that separates the rebels from the regime.
As Aleppo braces for battle, a well-off mother risks her life to support the rebels.
Stable elections could mean more foreign investment for Libya's already valuable oil industry.
On the day that a cease-fire is supposed to take hold, GlobalPost deconstructs the government’s strategy for reclaiming the country by force.
GlobalPost witnessed the attack on the city of Saraqeb, where activists say 40 have been killed.
Foley returns to Libya to witness the fall of Gaddafi and to search for the body of his colleague, Anton Hammerl.
After over a month in captivity, Foley's journey takes a surreal turn.
They were all political prisoners, arrested under the wide umbrella of treason. Every last one of them wanted nothing more than to see Gaddafi go down.
After two days of captivity, Foley and the other journalists are taken to Tripoli for interrogation.
After his capture, Foley and two other reporters are blindfolded and taken to Sirte.
I've heard journalists say that Libya was the perfect war. But in reality, this war was anything but perfect.
Some worry that the US might have joined the hunt too late.
James Foley recounts his 44 days of captivity in revolutionary Libya.
Rebel fighter claims to have witnessed Muammar Gaddafi's final moments.