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Egypt’s parliament approved an amendment on Thursday to a law that would ban members of ousted president Hosni Mubarak’s regime from standing for public office. The legislation will ban a move which could derail former Vice President Omar Suleiman’s
French President Nicolas Sarkozy and U.S. President Barack Obama urged Iran on Thursday to take upcoming nuclear talks seriously and suspend sensitive atomic activities. “They called on Iran to seize the opportunity of the resumption of
United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon on Thursday urged North Korea against going ahead with a planned rocket launch as the North showed no signs of abandoning what the U.S. and its allies consider an attempt to test long-range missile technology.
Iraq has accepted a request from Libya to provide assistance in disposing of Tripoli’s chemical weapons, Iraqi government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said in a statement released on Thursday. The Iraqi cabinet has agreed “to provide
United Nations-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan told the Security Council on Thursday that Syria has not fully complied with the terms of his peace plan and urged the 15-nation body to demand the withdrawal of troops and heavy weapons from towns, council
When Frenchman Mohamed Merah murders children in Toulouse, he is portrayed as a ”Muslim terrorist.” When Anders Breivik commits atrocities by killing children in Norway, he is also a terrorist, but only after having been diagnosed as a paranoid
German officials raised serious concerns Thursday about an ultra-conservative Islamic group’s drive to hand out 25 million copies of the Quran, calling it an abuse of the holy text. Amid a politically charged debate, some lawmakers
A Hollywood screenwriter has accused actor and director Mel Gibson of hating Jews and denying the holocaust after a planned film about the 2nd century BC Jewish revolt was scrapped, a Hollywood blog site reported on Thursday. Joe Eszterhas sent a
Spain’s government announced Thursday it will set up a DNA database to help track down thousands of babies allegedly stolen by nuns, priests and doctors since the Franco era. There are no clear numbers of the number of children who were
In the midst of security concerns preoccupying the Gulf region and several upheavals throughout the Arab world, Saudi Defense Minister Prince Salman bin Abdul Aziz visited Washington to discuss key issues and stress strategic cooperation. Both Abdul