Cairo DeclarationThe Arab region is currently simmering and there does not seem to be any possibility of its cooling down in the foreseeable future.
Pity the people of Palestine who continue to live lives of despair under occupation in the West Bank and Gaza, for the kind of despair they feel is not your garden variety sense of depression and hope
The move by the United Arab Emirates to raise the price of gasoline at the pump by 24 percent from Aug. 1 was a brave one and is a sign of the times.
It has been a tough year for Nigeria. In the last 12 months, the country has suffered attacks by child suicide bombers and brutal massacres by Boko Haram.
The annual London to Brighton Veteran Run has its own historical significance but most of all it is a sign of respect for those grandfathers of motorcars that pioneered the way for modern motoring.
Terrorists from among the Jewish settlers attacked and burned a house in Nablus, in the West Bank, killing an 18-month-old Palestinian baby and wounding the family members.
Mahir Ali’s article, “Autumn of Obama’s tenure,” (July 29) was an interesting read, though it fell short of expectations.
A UK-headquartered consultancy, Control Risk, has published a ranking in which it finds India second only to Mexico on a list of kidnapping hotspots, ahead of Pakistan, Iraq and Nigeria.
The discovery of the 6 ft long flaperon washed up on the coast of Reunion Island does not solve the mystery behind the disappearance of MH Flight 370 some sixteen months ago.
It didn’t take long, but, according to the Korea Central News Agency, the North Koreans are underwhelmed by the Iran nuclear deal, and thus unlikely to follow suit.
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