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When new technologies begin to go mainstream many assume this leads to a narrowing of the digital divide...But this common belief may not hold true, according to Martin Hilbert, coordinator of the Information Society Programme at the UN Economic
US Secretary of State John Kerry spoke passionately Wednesday about the "incredible yearning for modernity" sweeping across the world, warning that free elections do not necessarily usher in true democracy in many countries. The months of protests in
Taipei, Feb. 26 (CNA) The two agreements Taiwan will sign with China this week were reviewed by Taiwan's national security agencies and found to be free of risks to the island country's security, an official said Wednesday.
The guns were plastic, the bullets make-believe, but everything else inside the Navy Exchange on Naval Base Coronado was played for real. "Most officers on base are not ready to engage an active shooter because that's not what we do on a daily basis,"
Five people were arrested in the attempted smuggling of large quantities of weapons into Jordan from war-torn Syria, the Jordanian military said Monday A vehicle was seized but details were not given on the type or number of weapons in a report from
Sedki Sobhi, left, and army chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi. (CNN) -- Egypt's army-backed government resigned Monday, state-run Nile TV said, adding uncertainty to the nation's three years of upheaval. The government headed by Prime Minister Hazem Beblawi
Write to the Author Egypt's military-backed government has quit, state-run Al Ahram said on Monday in a report confirmed by an Egyptian official, a step likely to pave the way for army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to declare his
The UN Security Council voted unanimously Saturday to increase humanitarian aid to Syria and threatened "further steps" if the stepped-up assistance is blocked. The
Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen stressed on Sunday that Ukrainian people must determine their own future. In a written statement, Rasmussen said he is closely monitoring the recent developments in Ukraine. Rasmussen reiterated his call for
Niamey Up to 1,000 soldiers and army officials from 18 African countries began a joint military training exercise in Niger against terrorism in the Sahel region. The joint military exercise dubbed "Flintlock" is being conducted in Niger's Agadez,