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The foreign ministers of Germany, France and Italy have condemned what they say is a rise in anti-Semitism in their countries amid protests against the conflict in Gaza. In a joint statement the ministers said Tuesday that "anti-Semitic rhetoric and
Soldiers killed in Gaza between last Thursday and Monday are more than double last fallen Israeli soldiers entered Palestinian land in Gaza during the military operation Cast Lead (for Christmas 2008), which lasted 11 days and in which 11
And is the new government delivering on its promises at the height of the region's tightly contested presidential elections?-In the week's focus, Garowe Online takes a closer look at how people of Puntland have expressed displeasure over President
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said the decision was justified after violent acts overshadowed last Sunday's rally. "According to the elements provided by Paris police chief, I consider that the conditions to ensure the safety in the
The United States is calling for the release of Cambodian opposition officials held after a clash with security forces who prevented their followers from rallying in a public park. The clash has heightened fears of political violence as Cambodia
As what they term the "spiral of violence" continues in Gaza, the Danish development ministry has said Friday that 11 million kroner ($2 million) in emergency aid will be given to Palestinian civilians trapped in the enclave.
Concerned with Egypt's overall stability during his June visit to Cairo, John Kerry cautioned President Al-Sisi about the recent death sentences for MB members (theguardian.com, June 22), emphasizing tactical errors in the political environment.
The protestors gathered at Melbourne's Federation Square Monday noon to stage the rally, the Melbourne Age reported. An Egyptian court last month sentenced Australian Peter Greste, 49, and Canadian-Egyptian Mohamed Fahmy to seven years in prison for "
Ads by Google Cairo An Egyptian court sentenced on Sunday 101 "supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood" to three years in prison on several charges including vandalism and belonging to a banned group. The defendants have staged a protest in the Nile
It is a much different story among all Americans as the President scores a weak 43% approval rating. This new data is from a survey of Americans with religious affiliations that compiled information from 88,000 interviews over the January 1-June 30,