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Killing in Syria Accelerates as Both Sides Dig In

Opposition activists say the death toll in the past three weeks has been the highest since the uprising started against President Bashar al-Assad…

Iran Cleric Calls Rushdie Fatwa ‘Golden Page’ For Khomeini

Iran Cleric Calls Rushdie Fatwa ‘Golden Page’ For Khomeini

Sadighi made the comments on February 14, the 25th anniversary of Khomeini’s fatwa ruling that Rushdie’s book “The Satanic Verses” was “blasphemous against…

New Government Formed in Lebanon

New Government Formed in Lebanon

Agreement was reached after the March 14th coalition agreed to withdraw its choice for interior minister after strong opposition from Hezbollah. The names…

Syrian Peace Talks in Limbo

Syrian Peace Talks in Limbo

It is too soon to talk about the collapse of the Syrian peace talks, but the signs are not good. U.N. mediator Lakhdar…

UN Demands Access to Syria’s Needy

UN Demands Access to Syria’s Needy

In October, the 15-nation Council answered repeated calls from Valerie Amos for international support with a statement demanding unimpeded access for aid workers.…

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It was a short meeting behind closed doors that ended with a clear statement from the government: the Taliban had to end its attacks or the peace talks…

Witnesses and police in the city of Peshawar said that more than 100 people were watching a local Pashto-language movie when explosions rocked the main hall of the…

Maulana Yusuf Shah, a member of the Taliban-nominated peace negotiation team, returned from the northwestern tribal North Waziristan province Monday, saying he was encouraged by the Pakistani militant…

It was a field day for the donkey-cart racers in Pakistan’s coastal city of Karachi where, as part of the province’s Sindh Festival, 50 donkeys took part in…

After a false start earlier this week, Pakistan government negotiators and a team of Islamist leaders picked by the Pakistani Taliban to represent them said they had sketched…

U.S. news organizations say the use of drones in Pakistan has dropped dramatically – the Obama administration has not launched a drone strike in the South Asian country…

Negotiators representing the Pakistani government and Taliban will not meet for preliminary peace talks that were meant to be taking place following a spate of killings. Two teams,…

Talks between the Pakistani government and the Pakistani Taliban, expected to start in Islamabad on Tuesday, received a setback as two key figures intended to represent the armed…

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Obama warns Uganda anti-gay law will 'complicate' ties

U.S. President Barack Obama warned Uganda Sunday over its plans to further criminalize homosexuality, saying it would “complicate our valued relationship.”…

Fewer Mexican babies to be named 'Facebook'

Parents in the Mexican state of Sonora will no longer be allowed to name their children ”Facebook,” ”Rambo” or 59 other now-banned given names.…

Winter storm pummels U.S. before heading to Canada

Winter storm pummels U.S. before heading to Canada

A winter blast left parts of the U.S. Northeast buried under a foot of snow on Sunday before heading toward coastal Canada, the second powerful storm system to…

Suspected Islamists kill 90 in Nigeria village raid

Suspected Islamists kill 90 in Nigeria village raid

Suspected Islamist fighters killed at least 90 people in an attack on a village in remote northeast Nigeria on Sunday, witnesses said.…

Sochi Olympics divide indigenous Circassians

Sochi Olympics divide indigenous Circassians

While Vladimir Putin and rich Olympic sponsors watch the Winter Games in gleaming arenas, boys in nearby Bolshoi Kichmai herd their goats by tying them to rickety bicycles,…

200 illegal miners trapped in abandoned shaft in South Africa

200 illegal miners trapped in abandoned shaft in South Africa

Four of a group of at least 30 illegal South African miners trapped in an abandoned gold shaft near Johannesburg were brought to the surface by rescuers on…

Ukrainian protesters end 3-month occupation of city hall

Ukrainian protesters end 3-month occupation of city hall

Anti-government demonstrators in Ukraine’s capital ended their nearly three-month occupation of Kyiv City Hall as promised in exchange for the release of all jailed protesters.…

Egypt blast kills 4 on bus carrying Korean tourists

Egypt blast kills 4 on bus carrying Korean tourists

An explosion ripped through a tourist bus near a border crossing between Egypt and Israel in the Sinai Peninsula, killing at least three South Koreans and the Egyptian…

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China’s Jade Rabbit in need of jump start

China’s Jade Rabbit in need of jump start

China has restored communications with its troubled “Jade Rabbit” moon rover, but engineers are still working to fix its mechanical problems, state media has said. The…

Tibet Spanish Arrest Warrants for Former Chinese Leaders ‘Hard to Implement’

China’s Control of Media Deepens, Extends Beyond Borders

Taiwan Official Visits Sun Yat-sen’s Tomb in China

Taiwan, China Hold Landmark Talks on Mainland

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