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The movement's Facebook page describes it as an "Indian version for Indian Needs"
Banned in warfare, but used for crowd control at home.
The problem with Egypt's orphanages goes way beyond isolated cases of abuse, and extends to how society as a whole views "children of sin"
While some Sunni Arabs have fought alongside the militants in Iraqi Kurdistan, others are being displaced by Kurds eager to take control of disputed regions
A strong debate performance by Scottish nationalist leader Alex Salmond lifts spirits in the Yes camp but may not sway doubters
(GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip) — Israel and Hamas announced Tuesday that they agreed to an open-ended cease-fire in the Gaza war after seven weeks of fighting that killed more than 2,200 people, the vast majority Palestinians. MorePalestinian Minister: Decision to Join ICC SoonPLO Offers 24-Hour Truce, Says It Speaks for HamasNowhere to Hide: U.S. Weighing…
(CAIRO) — Egyptian state media has announced a cease-fire between Hamas and Israel to halt the seven-week Gaza war, which has killed over 2,200 people. Both Egyptian state television and the state news agency MENA announced the deal Tuesday night. Both said it begins at 7 p.m. local time (1600 GMT), without elaborating. Earlier, officials…
Overly cautious companies and governments are hindering the flow of help to afflicted regions
A senior Hamas official says a cease-fire has been reached with Israel to end a seven-week war that has killed more than 2,000 people. The official said the deal calls for an “open-ended” cease-fire, and an Israeli agreement to ease its blockade of Gaza to allow relief supplies and construction materials into the war-battered territory.…
(MINSK, Belarus) — The presidents of Russia and Ukraine sat down for talks Tuesday, meeting face-to-face for the first time since June on the fighting that has engulfed Ukraine’s separatist east. MoreRice Slams Moscow’s Intervention in Ukraine as ‘Dangerous and Inflammatory’Ukrainian President Dissolves ParliamentNowhere to Hide: U.S. Show More Summary
Central America is suffering one of its worst droughts in decades
No one has claimed responsibility for the latest attacks, which bore the hallmarks of al-Qaeda-inspired militants
And says he looks forward to "greater peace and understanding in the future"
That would make San Francisco to Shanghai in two hours a possibility
One official said the Obama Administration has a need for reliable intelligence from Syria
(KIEV, Ukraine) — Ukraine’s president on Monday dissolved parliament and called for early elections in October as his country continues to battle a pro-Russian insurgency in its eastern regions. President Petro Poroshenko announced in a statement posted on his website that he has dissolved parliament and called for snap elections on October 26. He said…
The Gaza war has reached its eighth week, and people on both sides keep dying. But there are reports of a potential treaty
A virtual media blackout makes it hard to know what's happening as Beijing tackles unrest among its Uighur Muslim minorities
(KIEV, Ukraine) — A column of Russian tanks and armored vehicles has crossed into southeastern Ukraine, away from where most of the intense fighting has been taking place, a top Ukrainian official said Monday. MoreCivil War Hangs Heavy Over Ukraine During Its Independence Day CelebrationsTruck Convoy Returns Swiftly to Russia From Ukraine'We Need Peace': Michael…
(BEIRUT) — Syria’s foreign minister has warned the U.S. not to conduct airstrikes inside Syria against the Islamic State group without Damascus’ consent. Walid al-Moallem says such an act “by anyone,” without the approval from President Bashar Assad’s government, would be a violation of Syrian sovereignty and would be considered an aggression. But the top…