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A Japanese “black widow” that killed three men after dating them for their money was sentenced to death on Friday in a case known by the name of the female spider that eats its partner after mating. Kanae Kijima, 37, was convicted of
Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan was detained at a New York airport for over two hours by immigration officials after arriving on a private plan from India to address students of Ivy League college, Yale, reports the Hindustan Times. Khan was
Top oil exporter Saudi Arabia is determined to bring down high oil prices and is working with fellow OPEC members to accomplish that, Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi said on Friday. Brent crude has risen about 13 percent this year, trading above $120 a
Iran’s envoys are heading for nuclear talks with confidence that the chips are falling their way. It could be dismissed as just political theatrics for the world powers that Iran will face in Istanbul on Saturday. After all, Iran has
At a critical time in international diplomacy, the world’s leading industrialized democracies on Thursday demanded that Syria comply with all portions of a U.N.-backed plan to end more than a year of deadly violence and warned Iran and North Korea not to
When U.S. officials join talks this weekend about Iran’s nuclear program, they will be armed with profiles developed by intelligence agencies offering insight into what makes foreign leaders tick. One key player will not be at the table in Istanbul,
In a letter addressed to the U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Syria’s Foreign Minister Walid Muallem wrote that the latest attacks on the Syrian-Turkish borders were part of the “plot conducted by the Turkish government against Syria.” In his
Madonna says she’s happy that Malawi’s former vice president is now leading the country. Joy Banda became president Saturday and is the country’s first women leader. Former president Bingu wa Mutharika died of a heart attack on April 5.
Pakistan’s parliament on Thursday unanimously approved recommendations from its national security committee on ties with the United States, including a demand to end drone strikes. Action on the recommendations has yet to be decided by the
The Egyptian government has swung the ball back in the Muslim Brotherhood’s court in the tennis match that is Egypt’s wrangling over an International Monetary Fund financing package. Finance Minister Mumtaz al-Said confirmed on Thursday that the
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