US officials say al-Qaeda leader buried at sea after night-time raid on compound north of Pakistani capital.
Kathy Kelly - is co-coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence - Now that Osama is "Dead",... will the attacks in Pakistan stop?
Supporters of Libyan leader set fire to British embassy [and Italian embassy] in Tripoli / UN withdraws staff after its HQ is attacked by furious protesters / Nato accused of exceeding its mandate as civilians die in airstrike
BAGHDAD (AFP) – The killing on Friday of an American soldier made April the deadliest month for US forces in Iraq since 2009, according to figures compiled by AFP.
A suicide bomber said to be aged 12 has killed four people in east Afghanistan, one of several attacks a day after the Taliban announced a spring offensive.
Sayf al-Arab Gaddafi, embattled Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s youngest son, has been killed in an airstrike on Saturday, a government spokesman says.
Seif al-Arab Gadhafi escaped a U.S. airstrike targeting his father's compound in Tripoli in 1986. Twenty-five years later, the Libyan leader's second-youngest son was reportedly killed in a NATO airstrike.
Israel on Sunday launched a commission to track down property taken from Holocaust victims across Europe and get compensation for wartime losses.
Usama bin Laden is dead, multiple sources confirm to Fox News.
Husain Abdulla - Update on Bahrain - Arab Democracy Protests in D.C. - Abdulla is director of Americans for Democracy and Human Rights in Bahrain. Abdulla said today: "The European parliament has been condemning the violent repression of peaceful p
Libya will soon suffer the fate of Iraq. According to the World Food Program, a United Nations outfit, the north African country will soon experience a food crisis. In a statement, the organization said the engineered armed conflict in the country is
Three of the Senate’s most enthusiastic hawks, Sens. John McCain, Joe Lieberman, and Lindsay Graham have issued a joint statement on Thursday demanding that President Obama publicly order Syrian President
The news that President Barack Obama has picked Gen. David Petraeus to be CIA director raises troubling questions, including whether the commander most associated with the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan will tolerate objective analysis of those two con
The fighting was furious — and entirely one-sided. While on patrol in eastern Afghanistan’s Paktia province in December 2002, paratroopers from the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division had taken a wrong turn...
Residents say security forces raid homes in the mountain town Madaya, amid reports of soldiers switching allegiances.
Rebels forced to abandon post on Tunisian frontier as border town of Zintan comes under rocket attack by Gaddafi forces.
Authorities suspect explosion which killed 18 at tourist hangout in Moroccan city was the work of a suicide bomber.
A state TV facility and one of Kadafi's residences have been hit. Officials deny they are targeting the Libyan leader specifically.
Says Reliable Numbers Will Come Once Troops Are 'On the Ground'
Second Major 'Friendly Fire' Incident of the Month for NATO Warplanes
Forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi overran a western rebel outpost on the Tunisian border on Thursday, with fighting spilling onto Tunisian territory, witnesses said.
Europe and the US, is doing much the same in Libya, the Cote d'Ivoire situation needs to be looked at anew, especially in light of late reports indicate fighting has broken out among the very forces of Alissane Ouattara that overthrew and arrested th
Palestinian factions agree to form interim government and fix general election date following talks in Cairo.
US investigators who screened prisoners considered Pakistani intelligence to be a terrorist group, leaked documents said, laying bare the deep mistrust between the two countries' spies. A secret 2007 US list of "terrorist and terrorist support ent
Group vows to keep targeting military after blasts leave four dead in Karachi and a fire kills 15 in Balochistan.
Michele Naar-Obed - Suleimaniya Iraq Protest / Bernard von NotHaus - Monetary Architect of the Liberty Dollar
The beginning of a new political landscape for this tumultuous Iraqi region?
Michele Naar-Obed - Iraq Protest / Bernard von NotHaus - Monetary Architect of the Liberty Dollar
Be a Guerrilla Juror - Don Doig and Stewart Rhodes on serving justice and undermining Leviathan. / They Died in Vain - Laurence Vance on US troops. / Investors Still Confident in the US Bond Market? - Warning, when it goes south, you could be looki
More deaths and arrests reported as government sends tanks and heavy armour to Deraa to crack down on protests.