Congo's Long War (Special Report | Africa)

Conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo has claimed some 4 million lives, making it the world's most lethal conflict since World War II


The Shame of Haditha (MIddle East | Iraq)

Official probes into the alleged slaughter of innocent Iraqi civilians by U.S. Marines in Haditha last November — first reported in Time in March — may soon lead to charges


Why Should I Be Good? (Essay | Climate Change)

Jim Ledbetter on why governments and industry should help citizens go green


Yugoslavia, R.I.P. (Viewpoint | The Balkans)

Montenegro has split from Serbia. Now both can focus on common aims


Trip To London, Darling? (Britain | Divorce)

Recent divorce judgements in England might make the country a haven for estranged couples

Dishonorable Deaths (Notebook | Turkey)

A spate of "honor" killings in south east Turkey are disguised as suicides


Highs and Lows (Movies | Cannes 2006)

Expectations were high at this year's Cannes International Film Festival — and few films lived up to them. But without a stand-out hit hogging the limelight, smaller movies got the chance to shine


Where East Meets West (Design Watch)

Berlin's newly opened Central Station celebrates its role as the focal point of the reunified city

Russian Fling (After Hours)

Yekaterinburg plays host to a Scottish pub where barmen don kilts and a statue of Lenin wears a tartan beret

One Night in ... Shanghai (Time Traveler)

You have one evening to spend in the Paris of the East. Three people in the know tell you how to do it right.

Sky's the Limit (If you're in ... London)

Norman Foster will lead 60 sheep through London as part of the city's Architecture Biennale

Seatmates (Airtime)

AirTroductions matches up air travelers for business, friendship and romance