There was an important subliminal message in Friday’s dual attacks in Kuwait and Tunis: Daesh, is much more than a terrorist organization wedged between Syria and Iraq; rather it’s a cross-border dogm
Current antibiotics are becoming increasingly ineffective, not only at fighting common illnesses like pneumonia and urinary tract infections, but also at treating a range of infections, such as tuberc
Default, dear Alexis, is not in our stars but in ourselves, that we are underlings,” a character called, let’s say, Varoufakis might have said in a latter-day Shakespearean play.
Gaza 2014, a scene of unsurpassed brutality indicting Israel as a war-criminal nation nonpareil, though here, in the report of Independent Commission, pursuant to UN Human Rights Council (HRC) resolut
It came as no surprise that the suicide bomber of the Shiite mosque in Kuwait was a Saudi citizen, yet it pained everyone.
Will they accept more austerity or will they refuse resulting in Greece defaulting on its upcoming IMF payment?
The recently held Turkish election sent a powerful message: Turkey’s democracy remains intact.
It would be fair to assume that Gershon Baskin’s recent article in the Jerusalem Post — Encountering Peace: Obviously no peace now so what then?
Narendra Modi’s government is gloating over a road connectivity pact it has just signed with three SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) countries — Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal — f
Before the advent of Ramadan every year, we read various reports doing the rounds in the media showing the number of hours that Muslims around the world would observe fasting in 24 hours.
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