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  • Turkey jails 3 journos on coup allegation
    ANKARA, February 18 (AP): A Turkish court on Friday jailed three journalists on charges of links to what the Islamic-rooted government calls a network plotting its overthrow, in a case that critics say is part of an assault on press freedom in the…
  • Gaddafi supporters counter Libya’s “day of rage”
    A supporter of Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi posses for the camera while holding a flag during a pro-government demonstration in Tripoli early on Thursday, February 17. (AP Photo)   TRIPOLI, February 17 (Reuters): Several hundred supporters of…
  • 20 killed in Tanzania military blasts
    Smoke drifts over the Gongolamboto military camp on the outskirts of Dar es Salaam on Thursday February 17, following several explosion that occurred on Wednesday night, February 16. (AP Photo)   ZANZIBAR, Tanzania, February 17 (AP): A military…
  • Tour boat sinks in Vietnam; 12 dead from 9 nations
    Vietnamese health workers load the body of a sunken tourist boat victim to an ambulance in northern province of Quang Ninh, Vietnam on Thursday, February 17. (AP Photo)   HA LONG BAY, Vietnam, February 17 (AP): An anchored boat packed with sleeping…
  • Belgium celebrates “world record” in gov’t talks
    A montage of Belgium’s Flemish speaking newspaper front pages published on Thursday, February 17, marking 249th day of political crisis in Belgium. (AP Photo)   BRUSSELS, February 17 (AP): Many would see it as a humiliation, but for Belgium it's an…
  • Iran regime calls for ‘hatred’ rally in Tehran against opposition
    This photo, taken by an individual not employed by the Associated Press and obtained by the AP outside Iran shows Iranian protestors throwing stones at anti-riot police officers, during an anti-government protest in Tehran, Iran on Monday, February…
  • Military eager for Egypt to return to work
    CAIRO, February 16 (Reuters): The military hoped tens of thousands of Egyptians would heed its appeal to get back to work on Wednesday and abandon the strikes and protests that flared after the downfall of Hosni Mubarak offered new freedoms.Facing a…
  • S.Sudan again accuses Khartoum of arming rebels
    JUBA, February 16  (AP):  Leveling serious accusations for the second day in a row, the leader of Southern Sudan's ruling party condemned the Khartoum government on Wednesday for allegedly arming southern rebels and attempting to destabilize the oil…
  • IMF recommends troubled Kabul Bank be wound down
    KABUL, February 16 (AP):  The International Monetary Fund is recommending that Afghanistan's troubled Kabul Bank be placed into receivership and then quickly sold off as part of a broader effort to stabilize the country's shaky financial system. The…
  • Muslim Brotherhood plans political party
    CAIRO, February 15 (AP): Egypt's long banned Muslim Brotherhood said Tuesday it intends to form a political party once democracy is established, as the country's new military rulers launched a panel of experts to amend the country's constitution…
  • ‘Afghan war costs $300 million a day’
    WASHINGTON, February 15 (AFP): The withdrawal of American troops from Iraq will allow for a reduced US defense budget in 2012 but the war in Afghanistan still costs the United States close to 300 million dollars a day. Under the Pentagon's proposed…
  • Man admits fathering seven with stepdaughter
    KOBLENZ, February 15 (AP): A German man admitted fathering at least seven children with his stepdaughter Tuesday as his trial opened on charges he abused her, his daughter and his stepson for more than 20 years and forced the two girls into…
  • Premier Berlusconi to face trial
    FILE - In this file photo taken on December 13, 2010, Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi holds his head during a session at the Senate, in Rome. On Tuesday, February 15, an Italian judge ordered Premier Silvio Berlusconi to stand trial on charges he…
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    Saudi to remove books deemed to promote terrorism RIYADH, February 15 (AP): An official at the Saudi Education Ministry says the kingdom plans to remove books from school libraries that are deemed to encourage terrorism or defame religion. The…
  • UK calls for international action on Mubarak assets
    In this February 9, 2011 file photo, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak listens during a meeting with Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Saltanov, at the Presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt. (AP Photo)   LONDON, Febuary 13 (Reuters): A British…
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