Libyan Civil War
The Libyan-Egyptian Border in 2011

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People fleeing from Libya to Egypt during 2011′s Libyan Civil War share their escape stories. One Libyan laborer says he saw “death with [his] own eyes” in Benghazi and feels lucky to have gotten out of the violent conflict area. The Egyptian-Libyan border is full of people moving work tools, … Continue reading

The Execution of the Tsar and His Family


Forensic anthropologist Anthony Falsetti travels to Russia in order to investigate what happened to Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and his family on July 17, 1918, the night of their execution by Bolshevik party members. Falsetti gains access to various documents and recorded testimonies of the executioners of the firing … Continue reading

Secrets of the Romanov Family


Greg King and Penny Wilson, co-authors of “The Fate of the Romanovs,” explain the way that Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and his family were depicted throughout his empire. According to the authors, the Tsar was known to live a “fairytale” lifestyle and was also seen as controlling. A play-by-play … Continue reading

The Mystery of the Missing Romanovs


Forensic anthropologist Anthony Falsetti, accompanied by the Pentagon’s leading forensic DNA expert, travels to Siberia, Russia in order to investigate bodies that have been unearthed. The bodies have the possibility of being the two children of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia–these two Romanov children were never discovered after the royal … Continue reading