July 4th, 2015
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02/05/2014 3:49amA Qatari court has turned down a request from an American couple charged with starving their adopted daughter to death that they be allowed to leave the Gulf country temporarily to see their other children.
02/05/2014 8:47amIsraelis and Palestinians may be hugely skeptical about the U.S.-led peace negotiations their leaders have been roped into, but the Jordanians seem worried that they actually might succeed. The kingdom is already home to the largest Palestinian population outside the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and Jordanian lawmakers and others fear an accord might lead to a new influx of refugees.
02/05/2014 11:30amA United Nations human rights expert said Wednesday that the United Arab Emirates' judiciary is under the "de facto control" of the country's executive branch, adding that the government should allow independent investigations into claims of torture if it does not want its image to suffer.
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