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Cartoon conflict over Russia's role in Syria

Supporters and critics of Putin's intervention wage fierce war - using caricature as ammunition.

Beijing looks to contain economic growth

Fearful of a decline, the government has announced some structural reforms of state-owned enterprises.

Syria claims new assault on rebels as Russia raises stakes

After a week of airstrikes Moscow says it's targeting ISIS from the sea, but so far Assad and his closest ally appeared focused on other groups

Who Will Win the Nobel Peace Prize?  

24 minutes agoNews : Slate: The Slatest

On Friday, the Norwegian Nobel Committee will announce who will get to join the long and distinguished list of world diplomats, activists, heroes, and noted warmongers as this year’s recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. Last year, I made...Show More Summary

In Myanmar, young programmers launch first-ever election app

28 minutes agoNews : Reuters: World News

YANGON (Reuters) - Huddled in an open-plan office atop a tower block in Yangon's scruffy downtown, a group of teenagers in jeans and T-shirts sifts through the list of candidates in Myanmar's election and stares at their computer screens and mobile phones.

E.U. to Seize Boats Used to Smuggle Migrants

The move marks an escalation of efforts to stem the migrant crisis

EU Calls for Turkey to Return to Peace Process With Kurds

Nicolas Schmit, Luxembourg’s labor minister, said that the 2013-2015 "re-launch" of the Turkish-Kurdish peace process as the best opportunity "in a generation" to both resolve the ongoing conflict and address Turkish citizen needs.

Once Seed Was Planted, Chinese Headwear Fad Grew Like Weeds

31 minutes agoNews : NYTimes: News

It started with a simple bean sprout, and now grown-ups are sporting plastic decorations on their heads in the shape of vegetables, fruit and flowers.

Russian Defense Ministry Ready to Work With US in Syria - Shoigu

Russia's military is ready to cooperate with the US in Syria, the Russian Defense minister said.

Russia to Cooperate with Armenia on Nuclear Energy – Rosatom

Russian nuclear specialists will partner with Armenian nuclear experts on various projects, including in third-party countries, the head of state nuclear energy corporation Rosatom, Sergei Kirienko, said Wednesday.

Report: Half of the Country Has No Savings

36 minutes agoNews : Jonathan Turley

We have occasionally followed new reports on the economic condition of the public and the news is rarely good. After an extremely very poor jobs report, a new study found that twenty-eight percent of Americans have nothing in their savings accounts and another 21 percent have no savings account at all. Only 29 percent has […]

Catholic priest sacked for remarks on pedophilia

Church in northern Italy bans Rev. Gino Flaim from preaching for comments seeming to cast blame on sexual abuse victims

5 Myths About Erectile Dysfunction We Should All Stop Believing

37 minutes agoNews : Huffington Post

When a man starts to say things in the bedroom along the lines of, "I’m stressed out," "just too tired tonight, I guess," or "I'm too old for a sex life," they are wrong on all accounts, says the medical director of Physicians Erectile Dysfunction Centers. While the problem of impotence is very real, Dr. Show More Summary

Russians launch new airstrikes on Syrian opposition forces

Many of the locations Moscow says it's hit are not in areas controlled by ISIS militants

What does your da do? Quiet Conversations with Ex-UDR Members

39 minutes agoNews : Slugger O'Toole

Over the years different people have been talking about conversations and their place in our peace process.  Former Chief Constable Matt Baggott spoke about “quiet conversations”, Vicky Cosstick, author of a comprehensive book on the walls of Belfast, wrote about the importance of “relationships and conversations” to help bring the walls down whilst Sinn Féin more...

Teen blames school for friend’s suicide after turning weed bust ‘into a life-changing catastrophe’

40 minutes agoNews : The Raw Story

An Ohio teenager took his own life after school officials and police “verbally attacked” him for smelling like marijuana when they arrived at their homecoming dance. Hayden Long, a 16-year-old sophomore quarterback, was found dead Monday at his home in Geneva, and his friend wrote a...

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