So you thought it was only the wackos on the neocon right who support Mubarak? Wrong! [actually, nothing heals the faux divide more than support of Mubarak]
I will be really blunt and give you a handy list to keep you from offending Egyptians, Arabs and the world when you discuss, blog or talk about Egypt.
Pakistan's nuclear arsenal now totals more than 100 deployed weapons, a doubling of its stockpile over the past several years in one of the world's most unstable regions, according to estimates by nongovernment analysts.
A new Russian Internet site goodbyeputin.ru was polling the country Friday on whether Vladimir Putin's "corpse" should be carried out of the Kremlin, in an apparent spoof of a similar poll on Lenin last week. A new Russian Internet site goodbyeput
Egyptian riot police are firing tear gas canisters bearing the label "Made in U.S.A" against street demonstrations in Cairo, according to protesters who provided ABC News with pictures of the canisters.
As I write this, Egyptian military fighter jets are flying over Cairo in a show of brute force. Thousands of citizens on the ground are raising their fists to the sky chanting “get out,” directing their anger toward the the jets above. Al Jazeera
Egyptian state TV is now reporting the Al Jazeera news office in Cairo has been shut down and reporters are loosing their press credentials throughout Egypt. Dan Nolan, a Al Jazeera correspondent tweeted the news early this morning. Nolan also sai
In previous lists we have looked at amazing holiday destinations – today we are looking at the bottom ten; these are ten places you don’t want to visit! Having said that, maybe the curious would get a thrill from visiting some of these strange and da
Egyptian citizens have taken to the streets of Cairo. Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters have launched an all out attack on the Egyptian government and police fired back with rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons. The protests ha
Activists trying to oust Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak played cat-and-mouse with police on the streets into the early hours of Thursday, as unprecedented protests against his 30-year rule entered a third day. Prominent reform campaigner Mohamed
A Peruvian appeals court rejected a prosecutor's attempt to revoke the parole of U.S. activist Lori Berenson, who was released in May after serving 15 years for aiding leftist rebels. Berenson said the ruling is final and cannot be appealed by prosec
Unrest has continued to spread across North Africa and the Middle East with demonstrators in Yemen on Saturday demanding the resignation of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, while riot police in Algeria clashed with demonstrators, injuring dozens. The
President Obama warned President Hu Jintao that if China did not step up its pressure on North Korea, the United States would have to redeploy its forces in Asia to protect itself from a potential North Korean strike on American soil, a senior admini
At dawn, South Korean special forces packed into a small boat approached a hijacked freighter in the Arabian Sea. Commandos scrambled up a ladder onto the ship, where Somali pirates were armed with AK assault rifles and anti-tank missiles.
Haitian prosecutors presented formal charges of corruption and embezzlement against the former dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier on Tuesday, raising the level of uncertainty surrounding his abrupt emergence from exile this week.
Tunisian special forces fought a heavy gun battle with members of the ousted president's security force on Sunday, a military source said, and the prime minister promised to announce a new coalition government. Fighting erupted near the presidential
Former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier returned Sunday to Haiti after nearly 25 years in exile, a surprising and perplexing move that comes as his country struggles with a political crisis and the stalled effort to recover from last
Wild card is what Washington and Israel will do
Lebanon's government collapsed Wednesday, throwing the country into its biggest crisis since 2008 and marking a major setback for U.S. efforts to ensure stability in the combustible nation and region.
Just before these bird and fish kills were discovered, civilian reports surfaced of sounds of Sonic Booms or pulses heard from the sky from Indiana, Charlotte N.C., Pensacola Florida, Michigan to Long Island.
Mystery of mass animal death epidemic deepens after 8,000 turtle doves fall dead in Italy with strange blue stain on their beaks
Germany has ordered the closure of more than 4,700 farms across the country as a precautionary measure following a scare over dioxin contamination. 3,000 tons of contaminated fatty acids at the center of the alert were delivered in November and Decem
Yesterday, the Tampa Bay international airport shut down one of its main runways due to a north pole magnetic shift. Sounds a bit like science fiction, doesn’t it? Well, it isn’t. The Airport was forced to shutdown and readjust its runways to acco
Click on the image for a full interactive map of the now global mass animal deaths outbreak.
Japanese whalers shot water cannons at anti-whaling activists on Saturday, the conservationist group's founder claimed, hours after the activists tracked down the whaling fleet in the remote and icy seas off Antarctica.
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Rumors and reports have surfaced in recent days claiming Hillary Clinton may step down from her position as secretary of state. So far, the rumors seem to pin former New Mexico governor and Presidential candidate Bill Richardson as the forerunner for
While the world celebrates Christmas, one man has taken it upon himself to guarantee humanity’s survival and build a doomsday capsule! The ancient Mayan calendar predicts the world will end on December 21, 2012. The prophecy describes floods, volc
Jailed Russian oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky was sentenced to 6 more years in prison following a trial seen as payback for his defiance of Vladimir Putin’s power. Judge Viktor Danilkin sentenced Khodorkovsky to 14 years after convicting him of stea
The United States on Tuesday denied as "absurd" allegations that it had sent mercenaries to the Ivory Coast to oust strongman Laurent Gbagbo, as tensions mounted in the presidential standoff. "We continue to call on President Gbagbo to respect the