Suzan Fraser, Associated Press | posted 8 minutes ago
Turkey's state-run agency says court officials have formally arrested eight people who were detained for questioning this week as part of a major corruption probe targeting allies of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
John Heilprin and Barbara Surk, Associated Press | posted 10 minutes ago
An international human rights organization has urged Lebanon to rein in sectarian tensions that have been on the rise amid a spillover of Syria's civil war.
Hamza Hendawi, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 12:20am
In an audiotape, Egypt's military chief talks about his dreams, saying that in one nighttime vision he was brandishing a sword and that in another he told the late Anwar Sadat that he himself would be president one day. The tape, apparently leaked by opponents to embarrass the general, kicked off an online storm of parodies and mockery.
Karin Laub, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 12:47pm
Could Israel face a mounting global boycott of the type that ended apartheid in South Africa if it fails to reach a peace deal with the Palestinians by this spring?
Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 12:12pm
Iran's state TV is saying the country's foreign ministry has rejected a U.N. human rights resolution, calling it biased.
Hamza Hendawi, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 12:11pm
Egypt's military-backed authorities on Thursday stepped up their crackdown on the liberal icons of the 2011 uprising against Hosni Mubarak, with security forces storming the headquarters of a rights group and arresting six activists, including a prominent youth organizer.
Diaa Hadid and Bassem Mroue, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 11:13am
Shortly after the revolt against President Bashar Assad erupted in March 2011, Imad al-Souri quit his computer job to help the protests. He uploaded online videos of the marches and sneaked banned loudspeakers to demonstrators to amplify their voices calling for Assad's downfall.
Mohamed Osman, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 10:02am
One of two Sudanese Guantanamo detainees who arrived home Thursday after release from the U.S.-run facility in Cuba said his jailers had "systematically tortured" him, with punishment "doubled" for those who attempted hunger strikes.
Sameer N. Yacoub, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 9:22am
Suicide bombings targeting Shiite pilgrims in and around the Iraqi capital and other violence across the country killed 36 people and wounded dozens others Thursday, officials said.
Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 8:49am
A Human Rights Watch researcher says a judge in Saudi Arabia has sentenced a prominent Shiite political activist to 13 years in prison and a 15-year travel ban.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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