Sinan Salaheddin, Associated Press | posted 28 minutes ago
Iraqi officials say attacks across the country have killed 11 people, including three Pakistani Shiite pilgrims.
Ibrahim Barzak, Associated Press | posted 30 minutes ago
Leading Palestinian human rights campaigner Dr. Eyad Sarraj, who dealt with the mental health damage caused by political oppression and challenged both Israeli and Palestinian abuses, died after battling leukemia, his family said Wednesday. He was 69.
Adam Schreck, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 4:42am
Dozens of migrant workers hired to do construction work on a prominent skyscraper in Qatar are running low on food after working for almost a year without pay, a leading rights group said on Wednesday.
Diaa Hadid, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 4:30am
Syrian warplanes dumped explosive-laden barrel bombs over opposition-held parts of the northern city of Aleppo on Wednesday, the fourth day of a relentless offensive to drive rebels out of the contested city, activists said.
Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 2:55am
Lebanese state media and a municipal official say a roof collapse in eastern Lebanon has killed two Syrian refugee children.
Edith M. Lederer, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 5:49pm
The chief U.N. chemical weapons investigator in Syria says there should be a new investigation to determine who was responsible for chemical weapons attacks that killed hundreds in the conflict-wracked country.
Dalton Bennett, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 4:09pm
Charcoal from Somalia is prized in Gulf nations: Made from acacia trees, it's slow burning and gives a sweet aroma to the region's beloved grilled meats and to tobacco burned in waterpipes. It is also banned by the United Nations, because its shipments rake in millions of dollars a year for al-Qaida-linked militants.
Josef Federman, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 2:59pm
Israel's defense minister says Lebanon has pledged to punish the sniper who killed an Israeli soldier in a cross-border shooting this week.
Daniel Estrin, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 2:52pm
For decades, the religious Jews who bucked a rabbinic ban and visited a Muslim holy site in Jerusalem where the ancient Jewish temple once stood were seen by many as a fanatic fringe.
Josef Federman, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 2:11pm
An American family that is suing the Bank of China in a U.S. terrorism case accused Israel on Tuesday of caving in to Chinese pressure by blocking a key witness from testifying.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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