It is almost certain that Narendra Modi will fly to Tel Aviv this year making him the first Indian premier to undertake a state visit to Israel whose birth was opposed by Mahatma Gandhi in 1938 on the
On the sidelines of the commemorations marking the 50th anniversary last month of the pivotal civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, which was led in 1965 by Dr.
The region is one constituency, and its wars are linked to each other no matter what the distance between them. This has been the case since revolutions erupted at the beginning of 2011.
The population of Syria’s Palestinian Refugee Camp, Yarmouk — whose population once exceeded 250,000, dwindling throughout the Syrian civil war to 18,000 — are a microcosm of the story of a whole nati
The Saudi-led military intervention is justified and sends a powerful message to Iran, whose officials have boasted about expand
Since March 2013 talks between Yemen’s different factions have been seesawing in tempestuous fashion, and the disparate outlooks and slogans of all these groups have resulted in a deadlock.
The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank are poised to hold their annual meetings, but the big news in global economic governance will not be made in Washington in the coming days.
THE two-million plus Pakistani community living in Saudi Arabia have been watching the recent developments on the Kingdom’s southern borders with deep concern.
Before June 1, 1980, the city of Atlanta, Georgia was known for its Peachtree Street, the first civil rights movement, Coca Cola, Gone with the wind, Hartsfield Airport or maybe being the only city in
Since ascending the throne, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman has vowed to do his best to serve the country and its people.
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