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With millions of dollars at our disposal do we really lack the ability to support basic sanitation and clean water? Do we lack the ability to stop a preventable, deadly water-borne disease right off our coast? What happened to the money?
Germany and Switzerland said Monday that they would be the first industrialized nations to freeze development of nuclear power facilities while they reassess safety procedures
Concerns about a radiation release from the Fukushima Daiichi power facility have focused on its stricken nuclear reactors, but the plants of that design also store highly radioactive spent fuel in pools outside the protective containment structure
The Egyptian police have arrested two members of Hosni Mubarak's National Democratic (NDP) Party accused of organizing violence against demonstrators during the uprising that swept him from the presidency.
The White House says the Arab League has taken an "important step" by asking the U.N. Security Council to impose a no-fly zone over Libya and increasing international pressure on Moammar Gadhafi.
Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said Saturday that the U.S. military, already fighting two wars in Muslim nations, would have no trouble enforcing a no-fly zone over Libya if President Obama orders one.
The African Union Peace and Security (PSC) on Friday, rejected any form of external military intervention on Libya by any country or group.
To say as many commentators do, that the color revolutions in the Mid-East and North Africa is about oil to miss the point. Well not exactly.
The entire world except for government leaders and politicians are thrilled with the revolutionary spirit moving through the Middle East. The leaders of authoritarian regimes from Tunisia to Egypt have fallen and the rest are threatened in every nati
Satellite image of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactor after the blast, and a schematic of the reactor building. The satellite photo courtesy of the Institute of Science and International Security (ISIS)
The last video of the Tsunami coming through town was like watching a train wreak in slow motion
Aerial photos taken over Japan have revealed the scale of devastation across dozens of suburbs and tens of thousands of homes and businesses.
10 days to reach U.S coastal areas.
Japanese officials issued broad evacuation orders for people living near 2 nuclear power plants whose cooling systems broke down as a result of the earthquake. Officials warned small amounts of radioactive material were likely to leak from the plants
Congressman Paul strongly cautions against military involvement in Libya, including establishing a no-fly zone.
Ernest continues to update us on the news and shares his researching of Libya's History
Japan was struck by a magnitude 8.9 earthquake off its northeastern coast Friday, unleashing a 13-foot (4-meter) tsunami that washed away cars and tore away buildings along the coast near the epicenter. There were reports of injuries in Tokyo.
The fate of the global recovery rests on events in Riyadh , says Jeremy Warner.
Those who have been following our series of US naval updates will not be surprised to learn that US forces are amassing around Tripoli.
Shia minority have defied ban on demonstrations for two days and are optimistic that change can be effected
* Saudi women should be allowed to drive, senior prince says * Royal family is facing calls for change
Secretary of State to meet Libyan opposition leaders during an upcoming trip to Egypt and Tunisia, the first such visit since the U.S.-backed regimes were toppled amid popular unrest.
Iranian Nobel peace laureate Shirin Ebadi said on Wednesday an Arab-style popular revolt would come soon to her country, driven by poverty and the fierce oppression of critics by its Islamic rulers.
Ernest continues to catch up on all the news that is going on today and gives the History of Libya
The files have started flowing out of Egypt’s dreaded state security headquarters, part of the post-uprising rush to excavate some of the state’s darkest corners. There are lists of informants from inside the Muslim Brotherhood and the names of judg
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had been exhaustively in front of cameras promoting the right for people to protest in Egypt, Bahrain, Iran, and Libya. She’s been touting the freedom to use social networking sites as a way for Arab people to orga
Libya’s opposition has told Colonel Gaddafi, if he leaves the country now … they won’t put him on trial.
Head of Libyan rebels tells Al Jazeera Gaddafi "will not be pursued" if he quits within 72 hours and ends the fighting.
A disturbing video surfaced on Monday allegedly showing Libyan soldiers who were killed for refusing to shoot rebels.