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A cousin of Syria's President Bashar Assad has won a legal bid to unfreeze €3 million ($4 million) held in bank accounts in Switzerland after convincing a Swiss court that the money had already been promised as part of a property deal before it was
Heels, skirts and leather jackets will be soon part of the new uniform designed for female police officers in Russia. Kaiser creates Putin's dream Published: 08 February, 2012, 16:35 Photo from www.metronews.ru Fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld has shown
p>Diplomatic efforts at the U.N. have collapsed. A new, much-touted option of humanitarian assistance for Syria's beleaguered population is a longshot — and would only bandage over the violence instead of stopping it.
25 And the USA vetos any anti Israel motion in the UN - Tony, Petersfield, 06/2/2012 07:25 Click to rate Rating 17 At least somebody can say NO to idiots who keep ruining country after country...They said before it was put up for vote that they
Fouad Ajami is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and co-chair of Hoover's Working Group on Islamism and the International Order. , son of Hafez Assad, has a son by the name of Hafez. But as the defiance and bloodletting
Exploratory peace talks between Pakistan and al Qaeda-linked Taliban insurgents have made little progress, a senior security official told Reuters on Thursday. Iran's foreign minister warned Arab neighbors on Thursday not to put themselves in a "
Mr. Assad, fighting for his political survival and that of his minority Alawite regime established by his father more than 40 years ago, has created a regime as repressive as any in the world. Mr. Harper is fighting ruthlessly and tenaciously to
Syria's President Assad 'appalling' 13 January 2012 Last updated at 17:19 ET David Cameron has described Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad's behaviour as "appalling", saying the leader has "lost the consent of his people". Speaking to the Al Arabiya
Israel's military chief says the country is readying to take in Syrian refugees should Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime fall. Lt. Gen Benny Gantz told a parliamentary committee Tuesday that he expects Assad will be toppled
According to activist Rami Jarrah, yesterday, al-Sayed succumbed to his injuries at a hospital in the restive city of Homs. He was 24. "We have thousands of citizen journalists," Jarrah told NPR's Deb Amos. "But Basil was one of those who stood out."