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File - This image made from video distributed by the Zintan Media Center shows Seif al-Islam Gadhafi, center, inside a defendant's cage in a courtroom in Zintan, Libya, Thursday, May 2, 2013.
Human Rights   ICC   Libya Conflict   Photos   Wikipedia: Saif al-Islam Gaddafi  
Libya and the ICC: Courting chaos and confusion
The current jurisdictional stalemate concerning the on-going criminal proceedings against Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and his younger brother, Saadi, has once again called into question the authority of the... (photo: AP / Zintan Media Center)
Al Jazeera
These 23 Countries Have More Than Doubled Military Spending In The Last Decade
Afghanistan   Photos   SIPRI   US Military   Wikipedia: Afghanistan  
These 23 Countries Have More Than Doubled Military Spending In The Last Decade
Members of the Afghan National Army attend a briefing. | Bucking a global trend of , 23 countries around the world at least doubled their military spending between 2004 and 2013, according to a fact s... (photo: USMC / Zachery B. Martin)
Business Insider
Chief Minister of Gujarat Narendra Modi speaking at a program organised by business chambers ICC, BCC and MCCI on April 9, 2013 in Kolkata on Tuesday Congress has only one agenda - to stop me, says Modi
Thane (Maharashtra), April 21: | The Congress is pursuing a single-point agenda "Stop Modi" but the voting trend so far in the Lok Sabha elections indicates that the UPA is on its way out, BJP's prime... (photo: WN / Bhaskar Mallick) The Siasat Daily
Congress   Photos   Rahul Gandhi   Voting   Wikipedia: Narendra Modi  
President Barack Obama gestures while speaking during his visit to a UPS shipping facility in Landover, Md., Friday, April 1, 2011. How Obama can avoid lame-duck blues
April 21, 2014 -- Updated 1235 GMT (2035 HKT) | Editor's note: Julian Zelizer is a professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University. He is the author of "Jimmy Carter" and "Governing Am... (photo: AP / Pablo Martinez Monsivais) CNN
Barack Obama   Photos   Politics   US   Wikipedia: Barack Obama  
Top Stories
 A woman gets in a taxi in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia, Monday, Sept. 17, 2007. For the first time ever, a group of women in the only country that bans female drivers have formed a committee to lobby for the right to get in the driver´s seat. They plan to Saudi woman defies driving ban, husband fined: report
Riyadh: A Saudi woman defied the kingdom's ban on female driving, getting behind the wheel of her husband's car before police detained the couple and fined the man, a new... (photo: AP Photo ) Deccan Chronicle
Driving ban in Saudi Arabia   Photos   Saudi Arabia   Wikipedia: Women's rights in Saudi Arabia   Women   Women's rights in Saudi Arabia  
Relatives of missing passengers aboard the sunken ferry Sewol cry after listening to a TV news program reporting the names of the victims found dead, at a gymnasium in Jindo, South Korea, Sunday, April 20, 2014. South Korea ferry disaster: Families protest over rescue operation
April 20, 2014 -- Updated 0819 GMT (1619 HKT) | Relatives of passengers missing from the sunken ferry scuffle with police as they try to leave Jindo. | Seoul (CNN) -- Ang... (photo: AP / Ahn Young-joon) CNN
Photos   Protest   SKorea   Sunken Ferry   Wikipedia: 2014 South Korean ferry capsizing  
In this photo released on Sunday, April 13, 2014 by the Syrian official news agency SANA, a Syrian forces tank arrives to take position during clashes with Syrian rebels, near the town of Rankous, Syria. Syrian opposition fighters obtain US-made anti-tank missiles
WASHINGTON — Syria's opposition fighters have been supplied with U.S.-made anti-tank missiles, the first time a major American weapons system has appeared in rebel hand... (photo: AP / SANA) Stars and Stripes
Mideast Peace   Photos   Syrian War   US Foreign Policy   Wikipedia: Syrian Civil War  
 Saudi Arabia ambassador to the United States, Prince Bandar bin Sultan speaks to business leaders Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2003, in Phoenix. bin Sultan spoke briefly regarding the latest dramatic raid in Saudi Arabia´s crackdown on Islamic militants. S Saudi Arabia replaces intelligence chief
Saudi Arabia has replaced intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan, the kingdom's pointman on the Syrian conflict, "at | his own request", according to the official ne... (photo: (AP Photo/Matt York)) Al Jazeera
Photos   Prince Bandar bin Sultan   Saudi Arabia   Saudi Intelligence Agency   Wikipedia: Bandar bin Sultan  
Rice -Basmati rice -food -India Basmati lends fragrance to rice exports
Basmati rice exports have doubled in volume and tripled in value in the last four years on strong demand from traditional markets in Iran and West Asia. | For the fiscal ... (photo: WN / Sayali Santosh Kadam) The Hindu
Export   India   Markets   Photos   Wikipedia: Basmati  
Pill, Drug, Medicine Oral zinc supplements can cut length of common cold if taken within 24 hours
New York, April 14: | Indian researchers have found that oral zinc supplement s can reduce the length of common cold, if taken within 24 hours of the first symptoms. | Ac... (photo: Creative Commons / jimmay bones) The Siasat Daily
Cold And Cough   Fever   Medicine   Photos   Wikipedia: Zinc  
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaking to the media outside 10 Downing Street in London, Thursday, May 23, 2013. David Cameron says Christianity is the most persecuted religion but fails to act
David Cameron gave an Easter reception at Downing Street where he talked about Christianity. A soprano sang Ave Maria (Hail Mary) – surely that should have been Vale Ma... (photo: AP / Alastair Grant) The Guardian
Christianity   Culture   Photos   Religion   Wikipedia: David Cameron  
Cyber Cafe - India Deadly 'Heartbleed' virus arrives in Indian cyberspace
April 11: | Indian cyber security sleuths have alerted Internet users against a "highly severe" virus named 'heartbleed', which has sent alarm bells ringing across the gl... (photo: WN / Geeta) The Siasat Daily
Computer Emergency Response Team of India   Cyber   Heartbleed   Photos   Wikipedia: Heartbleed  
Smelling out a Rat;orThe Atheistical-Revolutionist disturbed in his Midnight "Calculations" (1790) by Gillray, depicting a caricature of Burke with a long nose and spectacles, holding a crown and a cross. Religious wars vs. Atheist wars
Within various formats—from statistics to Atheist vs. Christian debates and much more in between—the issue of wars, and specifically religious wars, is considered. | ... (photo: Creative Commons / James Gillray) The Examiner
Atheism and religion   Atheist wars   Photos   Religious wars   Wikipedia: Atheism and religion  
Oil Business
Amnesty: Qatar fails to protect domestic workers
Amnesty: Qatar fails to protect domestic workers
Amnesty: Qatar fails to protect domestic workers
U.S. fuel exports increase by 10 pct in 2013
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Europe Is On The Rise
Markets Are Going Nowhere
CORRECTED-Egypt to pay some $1 bln owed oil firms within two
Amnesty: Qatar fails to protect domestic workers
1K patients in England die each month from kidney problems
1K patients in England die each month from kidney problems
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Politics Education
General attacks Nigel Farage over burning flag poster
Tony Blair calls on Western powers to 'co-operate' w
Lebanon set to nominate presidential hopefuls
Malaysia Airlines MH370: sonar equpiment needed to delve dee
Chief Minister of Gujarat Narendra Modi speaking at a program organised by business chambers ICC, BCC and MCCI on April 9, 2013 in Kolkata on Tuesday
Congress has only one agenda - to stop me, says Modi
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International school teacher William Vahey suspected of life
UTM collaborates with Saudi university
Pupils found with handguns in school
Foreign Exchange Student Arrested at Dulles on Sexual Assaul
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Health Terrorism
Saudi Arabia reports 11 new cases of MERS virus, first in Me
Saudi Arabia reports 11 new cases of MERS virus, first in Me
Police turn to Al Capone method to trap gangsters
Man jailed for smuggling cocaine in his trousers
1K patients in England die each month from kidney problems
1K patients in England die each month from kidney problems
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U.S. Sending Troops to Eastern Europe, Must Turn Over Info o
Eleven Algerian Soldiers Die in AQIM Ambush
Top cop killed in Cairo bombing
US to deliver Apache helicopters to Egypt
U.S. Could Cut Afghan Troops to Below 5,000, Obama Must Turn Over Drone Memo, Tries Again on Pivot
U.S. Could Cut Afghan Troops to Below 5,000, Obama Must Turn Over Drone Memo, Tries Again on Pivot
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