In December 2014, a ceremony was held to mark the end of the 13-year war in Afghanistan. So, what does it really mean to "end" a war?
The Myanmar conflict, also known as the Burma Conflict, has been one of the globe's longest-running civil wars since the nation gained its independence in 1948. Julia explains what's behind the violence in the country.
Haiti and the Dominican Republic may coexist on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola, but historically they've rarely seen eye to eye. What's behind their long-running conflict? Julia explains.
The city of Jerusalem has been a key geographical focal point in the long-running conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. Trace explains why the city's eastern section is considered so important to both sides.
Tensions have been set to high between India and Pakistan for what seems like forever. How did the two countries end up at such constant odds with each other? Tara explains.
The dispute over an island system is only the latest in a series of conflicts between China and Japan. Trace examines some of the reasons the Chinese have issues with the Japanese, even though the two are trade partners.
Fighting broke out recently at a soccer match between Serbia and Albania, after the game was interrupted by the appearance of an Albanian flag on the field. What's behind the long-running animosity that the two nations harbor for each other?
While some conflicts tend to lead the headlines on a daily basis, other countries are at also at war, in more places than might be imagined.
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