Seared photographs of angelic 18-month-old Ali Saad, burned alive by Jewish radicals, have touched a nerve within Israel just as a photograph of a young Vietnamese girl, fleeing in agony from the effe
It’s not difficult for Arab Gulf countries to shake hands with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, sign a friendship agreement with Iran and end the disagreement which lasted for 30 years.
When a major highway bridge in California collapsed last month, the impact on the entire southwestern United States once again highlighted the country’s serious infrastructure problem.
A self-proclaimed “kingmaker” and bulwark against the Taliban with a penchant for creating friends out of yesterday’s foes, the colorful Gen.
President Benigno Simeon Aquino III in his fifth and final State of the Nation Address enumerated the accomplishments of his administration.
Four years ago, the Syrian people burst into the streets in a courageous quest for a future without tyranny, corruption or repression. Sadly, their quest led them into an infernal existence.
Even though I have never worked for Saudi Aramco, I have been a close follower of this company. I had to.
I can confidently say that there is no country in the world that has carried out as many national campaigns as we did.
Witnessing two harassment incidents in two different cities of the Kingdom separated by a few days was very disturbing, but the opinions that followed the incidents deeming them rare and unique were m
Yanbu has always had a special place in my heart. It's where my maternal grandparents were born and raised. Yanbu was their home before they left with my mother on camel for Madinah.
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