There are a lot of things named Isis that are probably feeling f’ed by their name right now.
What better way to protest trade bans than by hurling pulpy tomatoes at your friends?
Lèse-majesté, or “the crime of violating majesty,” became illegal in Thailand in 1908. And now speaking out on the Internet is enough to send you to prison.
Photography often allows us to see things that our vision wouldn’t normally allow. Here, it illuminates the invisible, casting battlefields in the hue of a cotton candy wonderland.
16-year-old Samra Kesinovic and 15-year-old Sabina Selimovic ran away from home to join ISIS, and they’ve been posting selfies ever since.
Obama authorizes U.S. airstrikes in Syria, opening a new military front in the Middle East.
It seems tourists in Israel are watching fighting in Syria from mountaintops on the border as a form of entertainment.
Every summer, when Minoo Phakey’s water runs out, she does what most people do in her middle-class neighborhood: She calls the mafia.
This is a personal account of RYOT Co-Founder, David Darg.