Now that jammers are cheap and potentially ubiquitous, how do Tomahawk missiles stay on course?
Dozens of Saudi men and women have gathered outside the Interior Ministry in Riyadh to demand the release of their relatives who have been held without trial for years. Protests in Saudi Arabia are banned however it was the 3rd protest this month
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Combining citation data with Google Maps reveals the cities where science prospers, and those where it doesn't.
Shanna Bukhari was subjected to a tide of online hate after entering the British heats of the beauty contest. Now she fears for her life.
And 'they' told us we had nothing to fear here in the US. cough_bs_cough. View GLPs live thread here http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message1405241/pg1
The United States will deploy additional amphibious ships to the Mediterranean, the military said on Friday, as part of the Obama administration’s plans for responding to ongoing violence in Libya.
France, Britain Race to Strike Targets in Libya
Watching the events unfold in Japan and Libya has probably given a lot of people reason to consider their own safety, wherever they live. “What if that happened where I live?” is a perfectly natural question to ask when faced with wall-to-wall covera
The United States, Britain and France pushed forward against Libya on Friday as they declared that a cease-fire abruptly announced by el-Qaddafi’s government was not enough, at least for now, to ward off military action against his forces.
Yemeni security forces and unidentified snipers opened fire at a protest in Sanaa after Muslim prayers Friday, killing at least 30 people and wounding 200 others. Security forces at first fired into the air to prevent anti-government protesters from
The United Nations on Thursday authorized the use of “all necessary measures” to protect civilians in Libya, opening the door to air and naval attacks against the forces of leader Moammar Gaddafi as he vowed to level the city of Benghazi, the last ma
These days, Muhammad al-Maskati is a prisoner in his apartment, his BlackBerry shut off by the government, the streets outside his apartment filled with tanks, the hospitals around town packed with the wounded.
The aerial water bombardment of Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facilities began in earnest late yesterday after being deemed too risky earlier in the week. The strategy--previously untested as far as we know--is aimed at cooling the reactor cores
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The yen reached its strongest level since 1995 versus the dollar as risk of radiation leaks from crippled nuclear plants in Japan added to speculation insurers and investors will redeem overseas assets to pay for damages.
A coalition of six youth groups that emerged from Egypt’s revolution last month has refused to meet with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who arrived in Cairo earlier today, in protest of the United States’ strong support for former Egyptian Presi
It’s often said that in times of crisis, there is tremendous opportunity. This is true… especially for a nation in turmoil.
Last week we once again heard numerous voices calling for intervention in Libya. Most say the US should establish a "no-fly" zone over Libya, pretending that it is a benign, virtually cost-free action, and the least we could do to assist those trying
It will be OK. The Japanese are industrious.
Events in other parts of the world, such as the civil war in Libya, and the revolutions and mass public demonstrations against various tyrannical and autocratic governments in several countries in the Middle East, have aroused a deep sympathy among t
The next few months may prove to be the best (and last) time to get out of the dollar.
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Soldiers and riot police expelled hundreds of protesters from a landmark square in Bahrain's capital, using tear gas and armored vehicles to try to subdue the growing movement calling for an end to the 200-year-old monarchy. At least 6 people were ki
US celebrities and media Tuesday blasted right-wing radio host and television presenter Glenn Beck for calling the monster quake that rocked Japan last week a message from God.
Japanese crews battled Wednesday to avert a nuclear disaster and said they may pour water from helicopters to stop fuel rods from being exposed to the air and releasing even more radioactivity.
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Two influential US senators Monday filed a resolution calling for President Barack Obama to recognize the Libyan opposition force battling against the regime of Moamer Kadhafi.
Bahrain has declared a state of emergency in an effort to contain a fresh wave of violence that has claimed the lives of at least two security personnel and a protester, and left hundreds injured.