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Note from the editorial team: The writer of the following story shared his experience being arrested in 2012 with the Damascus Bureau. “Where are you from?” “From
Most people actually want to live a healthier life, but you're going to discover that the foods they eat do not actually reflect this choice. The first thing you are going to have to do to be able to begin living healthier is eliminate all the
Iran On the roughneck streets in south Tehran, a group of paramilitary volunteers looks to hard-line presidential candidate Saeed Jalili Iran's top nuclear negotiator as the best defender of the Islamic system. On the other end of Tehran's social
Rating In Summary Of seven to eight options laid out by the EU's diplomatic service, one likely compromise would be an agreement that EU states could provide the rebel coalition with arms but only those set out on an agreed list of lethal weapons.
The change of leadership in North Korea has been on the news for some time, and many experts have commented on the potential threat the new regime may bring for the rest of the world. Any change in political leadership requires
For the first time, different sections of Syrian rebel fighters, including the al-Qaida-linked al-Nusra Front, have united against the Syrian regime. The alliance is largely focused on wresting back the town of Otaiba, which is located two
Like most other countries, Turkey has no desire to see the current Syrian regime stay in power but also has little appetite for intervening militarily in Syria. At the same time, like many of its neighbors, Ankara is finding itself dealing with a
Syrian families have been facing brunt of the brutal regime for speaking against the rule of President Bashar al-Assad. The United Nations says the uprising, which started peacefully in March 2011, but turned into a violent conflict after the
People walking down a street are pictured through a hole in a building in Deir al-Zor April 4, 2013. Syria: When Assad al-Islam and Laila dreamed of their wedding day, they did not imagine it quite like this at a rebel base in Syria's Turkmen