Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh's injuries from a rocket attack on his palace at the weekend were more serious than previously reported, a Yemeni official said, raising further questions about his rule.
Syrian state media today reported at least 120 troops were killed by “armed gangs” in the area around the town of Jisr al-Shugur, the site of yesterday’s major protests and violent crackdown. The toll was impossible to verify.
Damascus threatens armed groups who reportedly killed 120 security personnel in northwestern town of Jisr al-Shughur.
Coalition proposes dialogue with vice- president on transition, but government source rejects offer as "ridiculous".
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Foreign Office urges Britons to leave Yemen while they can ... Anyone with British relatives or friends in strife-torn Yemen is being urged to contact them and plead with them to get out of the country while they still can.
As part of their mission in Libya, the United States and its European allies have unleashed a high-tech assault from the air, deploying AWACS spy planes, unmanned aircraft and sophisticated satellite systems.
Bahraini troops attack anti-government protesters in villages near the capital, hours after martial law is lifted.
An unnamed Egyptian general has reportedly told CNN that so-called “virginity tests” were indeed carried out on some female protesters taken into custody during the massive protests that overturned former dictator Hosni Mubarak.
Armed westerners have been filmed on the front line with rebels near Misrata in the first apparent confirmation that foreign special forces are playing an active role in the Libyan conflict.
Tens of thousands of Greeks vented their anger at the nation's political classes in Athens on Sunday, staging the biggest in a week of protests as the government seeks backing for yet more austerity. The huge crowd packed Syntagma Square in front
When Britain lost control of Egypt in 1956, Prime Minister Anthony Eden said he wanted the nationalist president Gamal Abdel Nasser "destroyed … murdered … I don’t give a damn if there’s anarchy and chaos in Egypt."
Revolution March July 12th 2008 in Washington D.C. on the West Lawn of the US Capitol to tens of thousands of Liberty lovers and Ron Paul supporters (Ron Paul spoke to the crowd after Adam)
US Representative Roscoe Bartlett (R-MD), lived through the great depression, so he’s seen how bad things can get. In a new documentary, Mr. Bartlett and others discuss the dangers posed to those living in cities and ways that your family can survive
Now that I have reached old coot-hood (I was born in 1941 and will soon reach three score and ten years of age), perhaps it is not inappropriate that I share some of my thoughts with the next generation of libertarians.
French group calls for Spain-style street protests ... A French group has called for a large demonstration in Paris this weekend to show solidarity with tens of thousands of youth protesters demonstrating against austerity programs in Spain.
NATO on Tuesday morning unleashed its heaviest attack yet on the Libyan capital of Tripoli, bombing at least 15 targets during a 30-minute airstrike that was concentrated near Muammar Qaddafi’s compound.
On March 22, 2011, Syrian writer and publisher Louay Hussein was arrested by the Syrian security forces after a raid on his house in the Damascus neighborhood of Sahnaya.
In the buildup to the summit, Byron Sonne, a slim, balding 37-year-old computer consultant, shot photos and videos of security measures and uploaded them to the Internet under the nickname Toronto Goat.
Sonne's story is the sad tale of a geek who lost everything -- his marriage, his home, his livelihood -- because he couldn't figure out how to contain or express his disgust with the state's increasing encroachment on personal liberty.
(The following email was in response to criticism of those of us that were openly laughing at the idea of counting on Federal Reserve Notes in the wake of a financial collapse)
Government forces seek to capture high ground as UN official calls for pause in fighting to facilitate humanitarian aid.
US officials say sanctions are to increase pressure on Bashar al-Assad to end his violent crackdown on protesters.
Speaking today on 60 Minutes, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates denied that the US was actually “at war” with Libya, saying he prefers to think of it as a “limited kinetic action” against Libya.
Adam discusses internet activism with the founder of WeAreChange, Luke Rudkowski, and Alex Jones, a man who has built one of the largest audiences online with his message of freedom and refocusing our fears towards the government.
CBS correspondent Byron Pitts reported on a group of Americans calling themselves “sovereign citizens” who don’t pay taxes, carry a driver’s license or hold a Social Security card.
She also GPSed the 2 other storage bins while she was there. She said it was so that in an emergency, the government would know where all the grain is at so they could take control of it. (http://www.stevequayle.com)
Sources say minister is on his way to Tunisian capital as NATO warplanes continue to hit targets in Tripoli.
Dozens of students reportedly injured in second-largest city as authorities continue to crack down on protesters.
That was the contention of the Phoenix Ron Paul MeetUp Group after their first MeetUp since Ron Paul's Declaration of Intention to run for PRESIDENT in 2012.