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Argentina Sentences Last Dictator, 14 Others

Argentina's last dictator and 14 other former military officials were sentenced to prison for human rights crimes on Friday, marking the first time a court has ruled that Operation Condor was a criminal conspiracy to kidnap and forcibly disappear people across international borders. The covert operation was launched in the...

Real Madrid: Ronaldo fit for Champions League final

Milan's San Siro stadium preparing for an all-Spanish Champions League final between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.

Italy plans a cemetery for refugees drowned at sea

A field beside a former fascist concentration camp could soon become the final resting place for hundreds of refugees.

The US election is about the past

This election is about holding those responsible for the thousands of dead in Iraq and the bankruptcy of the country.

Decoding your Facebook newsfeed

Social media platform or news gatekeeper? Plus, one journalist's challenges reporting on the drone war in Pakistan.

Monaco Grand Prix: Tough battle set for pole position

Mercedes' Rosberg and Hamilton to fight for pole, with Red Bull's Ricciardo and Verstappen in likely pursuit.

Maite Nkoana-Mashabane: ANC at a crossroads

The South African international relations minister talks about corruption allegations and the state of the ANC.

Insight Into the Former Soviet Union's Fake Degrees

Image: Bribetaking. Stock Illustration. There are lots of ways to get a university degree in the former Soviet Union without working for it. One is to cheat your way through the degree. Another is to bribe your way through -- pay off professors, deans and even university presidents. Show More Summary

Inside Israel's Mossad: Efraim Halevy on UpFront

We speak to the ex-Mossad chief about the prospect of a two-state solution, Israeli politics and his time in the Mossad.

Fallujah: 50,000 Iraqis trapped by assault on ISIL

Conditions rapidly deteriorate as city completely surrounded by Iraqi government forces and militias, aid groups say.

The vulnerability of Palestinian women in Israel

From economics, to health, to venturing into public spaces, Palestinian women feel their security is often at risk.

Escape from Falluja

Harrowing accounts from residents, who in recent days managed to escape from the Iraqi city of Falluja, which is under control of the armed group calling itself Islamic State (IS), paint a frightening picture of starving civilians living...Show More Summary

Pakistan-US relationship: A double game?

Asad Durrani, former head of Pakistan's ISI, debates Michael Flynn, former head of the US Defense Intelligence Agency.

Zika virus: WHO rejects call to move Rio Olympics

Public health agency says cancelling or moving the Olympic Games will "not significantly alter the spread of the virus".

Scuffles break out as Trump holds rally in San Diego

Riot police sent in and pepper spray fired as presumptive presidential nominee speaks in city close to Mexican border.

Kurdish lawmakers Depart Baghdad: “Straighten up or We Won’t Be Back”

By Histyar Qader | Erbil | ( | – – After protestors invaded Baghdad’s Green Zone, Iraqi Kurdish politicians fled home. Despite the fact that their absence could paralyse Parliament, they say…

Obama in Hiroshima, Memorial Day and the Iran Deal

By Juan Cole | (Informed Comment) | – – President Obama in Hiroshima gave an anti-war speech. He said, ” But among those nations like my own that hold nuclear stockpiles, we…

Sanders: “Tough Guy Trump” is afraid to Debate me

TeleSur | – – Trump initially told reporters he would “love to debate Bernie.” The Republican nominee flip flopped from his initial openess to debating the democratic socialist senator from Vermont. Donald…

Israel’s demolition orders against West Bank water wells ‘atrocious’: PM

Ma’an News Agency | – – Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah gestures during an interview at his office in the West Bank city of Ramallah on September 7, 2014 (AFP Photo/Abbas Momani)…

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