Two female suicide bombers have reportedly killed at least 56 people in a refugee camp near Maiduguri, Nigeria, the Associated Press is reporting. The camp contains some 50,000 people who were made homeless fleeing the terrorist group Boko Haram.
Russia's "black widow" issue is not going away. Officials are now looking for Ruzana "Salima" Ibragimova, widow of a former member of a Caucasian militant group. She was recently spotted in Sochi, where the Olympic Games are set to begin on February 7th.
Newsweek Pakistan's latest cover story is on the rise in female suicide bombers. And, so, naturally, this week's cover features the words LADY PARTS emblazoned over the image of tampons with lit fuses where the removal string would normally be. That's some TIME-level trolling, Newsweek. Kudos, I guess.
In recent years there have been a handful of female suicide bombers in Iraq and other regions of the world, but the Taliban claims it never used women to carry out suicide attacks — until now. It's believed the Taliban was behind two unrelated attacks this weekend that involved women, and took the lives of more than a…
- We said our final au revoir to Moe [sniff]
- The McCain campaign said it's final goodbye to tasteful commercials with its eminently mockable Paris-Britney one, its new Moses one and it's kicky Spanish language one.
- Watching Gavin walk a mile in Tracie's shoes made for far, far better viewing.
- We tried it out ourselves,…