The Royal Wedding ceremony has concluded at Westminster Abbey. Prince William and Kate Middleton are now Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Egypt's foreign minister says Cairo will permanently open the Rafah border crossing to ease Israel's blockade on Gaza.
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Egypt has announced it's intentions to eventually open its border to Gaza which will allow Rafah smuggling tunnels to continue operating while Egypt opens relations with Israel's enemies: Iran and Hamas.
Nice diversion for some, but we have bigger fish (and chips) to fry in America! Tradition, ceremony and history are all well and good, but when it comes to The Royal Wedding, Americans don't really seem to care. No matter how much the media try'
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.
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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
France wants less integration . . . Eh bien, je jamais. The French government is demanding less European integration.
China has been dabbling in space station technology for years now, but until this week the nation's aims were less than concrete, mostly consisting of plans to launch testbed technologies into orbit at some nebulous future date.
Australia’s pistachio farmers expected a bumper crop this year. Instead they had a harvest of horrors, with nuts blackened by a fungus that had never before caused an outbreak in pistachios.
Syrian security forces have shot dead at least 400 civilians in their campaign to crush month-long pro-democracy protests, Syrian human rights organization Sawasiah said on Tuesday. The group, founded by jailed human rights lawyer Mohannad al-Hass
Tensions escalate between neighbours after second secretary is declared persona non grata over alleged ties to spy ring.
It may be stable, prosperous and violence free, but the same tensions still simmer.
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Those who lead Europe are determined not to let this crisis get the best of them. The Greeks must suffer so the banks shall not.
A massive leak of more than 700 military documents, attributed to infamous transparency group WikiLeaks,
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NATO bombs destroyed Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's office in his immense Tripoli residence on Monday, while rebels pushed forward against the strongman's troops in the besieged city of Misrata.
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Thai and Cambodian troops have clashed with gunfire and artillery shells, shattering a two-month lull in long-standing tensions over their disputed border. The fighting broke out near Ta Muean Tom temple on the border in Pa Nom Dong Rak district of T