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World NowSome of the fiercest clashes in weeks were reported Friday in the Syrian city of Aleppo as rebels pressed a “decisive” battle for the besieged northern metropolis....
World NowVoters in the United State handed President Obama a second term in office on Tuesday. As the rest of the world reacted and reflected on the campaign, here’s a sample of the reactions and analysis from newspapers and other media around the globe....
FOX40 NewsMany say the deadly protest overseas were sparked by one YouTube video now one local host is calling for more. Jack Armstrong on KSTE'S Armstrong & Getty show asked his listeners to post negative ads about the prophet Mohammad. "Some of you people that ...
Tribune reportersStudents watched as the counts mounted onscreen at the UIC student center, periodically falling silent when a total was announced. "Come on, Ohio," breathed Monique Bolden, 18; of the West Side. "Come on, president." The table of students, who live in...
Tags: Andy Warhol, Immigration, Iran, Financial Aid, Michael Hawthorne
How do you convey to the world the American ideal of free speech or curious turns of phrase like "stump speech" and "gerrymandering"? Abderrahim Foukara does it daily, as Al Jazeera's bureau chief in Washington. I first met the Moroccan-born journalist at...
Tags: War in Afghanistan (2001-present), Africa, BBC, Islam, Radio
FOX40 NewsOne day after a Sacramento radio host asked listeners to post negative ads about the Muslim Prophet Muhammad online, listeners tuned in and found he and his co-host are on vacation. “The Armstrong and Getty Show” was not live Tuesday morning,...
FOX40 NewsRadio hosts Jack Armstrong and Joe Getty will be back on the air Thursday morning. The Armstrong & Getty show was taken off the air one day after Armstrong called upon listeners “good with computers” to make anti-Mohammed ads and send them to...
CNNThe United States braced Saturday for more protests over an independently produced anti-Islam film that has ignited anger in the Muslim world, temporarily closing some of its diplomatic missions and warning American citizens in some countries to be...
Tags: Palestine, Islamabad (Pakistan), Islam, Israel, Computer Crime
PARIS (AP) — A judicial official has told the Sipa news agency that French prosecutors have opened a murder investigation into the death of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. Suha Arafat filed a legal complaint in France after Arab satellite TV...
World NowAs one Somali journalist is buried, a leading poet and comedian is slain: Hours after assassinated Somali radio journalist Mohamed Mohamud Turyare was buried Monday, gunmen killed one of Somalia's famous poets and radio comedians, Warsame Shire Awale,...
World NowSyrian officials killed in bombing: After three top Syrian officials were killed in a bomb blast in Damascus, dissidents celebrated across Syria, hoping the attack could be a turning point in the battles between rebels and the Syrian government....
World NowThe widow of Yasser Arafat filed a lawsuit in France on Tuesday charging that the Palestinian leader was poisoned to death by an unknown person or persons labeled X, a move designed to press French officials to investigate....
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