January 31, 2013
Cairo's Tahrir Square, epicenter of the 2011 uprising that toppled former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, erupted in demonstrations again...
Art
November 25, 2012
Editor's Preface As the tenth anniversary of the American invasion of Iraq draws near, the country has largely been left behind by other...
Reportage
August 27, 2012
Nothing can be heard except the uncanny drone of a helicopter circling over the town. Apart from that, all is quiet. Twelve activists are...
Reportage
August 13, 2012
QAMISHLO, Syria: When Rad Mecid Sexmus, 40, became the latest Kurdish shahid (martyr), killed securing a checkpoint in this northern town,...
Art
July 24, 2012
It is difficult to categorize Lamia Ziadé’s graphic novel, Bye Bye Babylon , about growing up during the civil war in Lebanon, as such. It...
Reportage
May 11, 2012
As her family hastily prepared to flee its home in Abyan, a province in Yemen’s south, in the wake of a surprise attack on the local...
Reviews
April 3, 2012
Two years a ago, the New York Times printed a short article announcing that First Second Books would be publishing a web comic “about Iran...
Reportage
February 28, 2012
The last thing I told Rémi Ochlik was: "Be safe, OK? You've already won your World Press Photo." That was on a Wednesday, one week before...
Reportage
February 22, 2012
Sunday Times correspondent and veteran war reporter Marie Colvin was killed in a shelling attack on the besieged Syrian city of Homs...