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Egypt: The Silence of Social Media after the Coup
Social media played an important role in Arab spring demonstrations, which started December 17, 2010, in Tunisia and was followed by similar uprising in Egypt, Yemen, Libya and Syria. The Facebook pages...
United States Foreign Policy: Israel’s Case
To the United States Israel is different: both countries have a special relationship since the creation of the Israeli State...
Syria and Turkey Conflict Increases
The conflict between Turkey and Syria is heating up. On Sunday, June 30, the Turkish army sent six F-16 planes to do emergency...
UN Conference to be Held Soon, Hoping to End War in Syria
United Nations Peace Envoy, Kofi Annan, has decided to hold an international conference regarding the ever-growing war in Syria,...
Saudi Women will Participate in Summer Olympics
For the first time ever Saudi Arabia has announced that Saudi women will be allowed to compete in the Olympics. Saudi Arabia...
Muslim Brotherhood’s Candidate, Egypt’s First Elected President
After the entire country held its breath for the first half of the day, offices closed at noon and the military, The Supreme...
‘Women2drive’ Campaign Marks Its One Year Anniversary
Revolution via Social Media is a recently set trend, especially in the Middle East. Inspired by it, women in Saudi Arabia...
Turkey’s Anti-Abortion Protests: A Feminist Speaks Up Part 2
This is part 2 of an interview with feminist leader and professor Gulhan Balsoy. Turkey has recently been plagued by a series...
Turkey’s Anti-Abortion Protests: A Feminist Speaks Up Part 1
Turkey has recently been plagued by a series of protests after Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan announced that his government...
Egyptian Officials Confirm, Mubarak is in a Coma and Not Dead
According to the press office of the Egyptian Government Former President Hosni Mubarak, 84, is only confirmed to not be dead...
World’s Most Expensive Billboard
Every day we see new developments in advertising ideas to attract the viewer's eye. The more creative the advertising idea,...
US Citizen Detained in Georgia for Criticizing Press
Tbilisi, Georgia - Two days after he appeared at a Tbilisi press conference warning that media freedom in Georgia was under...
Professor Habib Malik Calls for US Intervention in Syria
Washington, U.S.A. - Professor Habib Malik of the Lebanese American University has called on the United States and its European...
‘Cover-Up’ Dressing Campaign by Activists in the Middle East
As more countries in Europe are imposing the 'Burqa Ban,' activists in the Middle East in countries such as Qatar and United...
Italian Foreign Minister Confident about Libya Elections
Rome, Italy - “It is cause for great satisfaction that the date for the election of the National Assembly of the new Libya...
Israel’s Crusade Against African Migrants Sparks Protests
Israel has begun an “emergency plan” to battle its illegal immigration problems that will involve interning and deporting...
Yemeni Troops Take Two of al-Qaeda’s Strongholds
Yemenis troops took two of al-Qaeda's southern strongholds 12 June 2012 in an operation known as Golden Swords. The offensive,...
Mehreen Kasana: Speaking Out Against Pakistan’s Moral Police
Over the course of the years since its independence from the British empire in 1947, Pakistan has tried to establish itself...
Turkey’s Anti-Abortion Bill Leads to More Protests
The past Sunday saw even more protests in Turkey after the government insisted on a bill that would outlaw abortions only...
Syrian Forces Attack Homs
Syrian government forces renewed their attacks on the city of Homs Monday 6 June 2012 as part of their efforts to quell the uprising...
Turkish Women Protest Anti-Abortion Bill
Around 3000 women marched in Kadikoy Square in Ankara, Turkey June 3 2012 after Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan announced that...
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The Rise of Russian Dominance over Arabia
Not since the Crimean War of 1853 has Russian power so explicitly dictated Arabian...
Egypt: The Silence of Social Media after the Coup
Social media played an important role in Arab spring demonstrations, which started...
Egypt: From bad to worse?
The situation is rapidly escalating in Egypt. Last Sunday, the Egyptians showed the world...
Syrian Conflict: Is the War Spilling Over?
Over the last two years, the situation in Syria has worsened exponentially at the on-set...
Iran Welcomes its New President Hassan Rohani
Millions of Iranians across the country took to polling stations on Friday, June...
Violence, Carnage and Voting in Pakistan
The wave of violence engulfed Pakistan on its election day on May 11, 2013. Pakistan...
Will the Change Longed for in Egypt Ever Happen?
More than two years after the January 25 revolution in Egypt people are still waiting...
Can Egypt Afford a Second Revolution?
Last week’s decree made by Egypt’s president Mohamed Morsi brought Egyptians...
UAE : Wearing Vendetta Masks is a Crime
The police in United Arab Emirates (UAE) have warned against wearing vendetta masks...
UAE Issues a New Law for Internet Users
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) President, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, issued...
FB – Let’s Be Friends
Interview with Cllr Rabia Bhatti UK Politician
The Global Peace and Unity (GPU) has come a long way since the first event in 2005....
Revived Hope of Peace: Global Peace and Unity 2013
While 2013 was marked by waves of mass murder, civil unrest, oppression, racism,...
UK Parliament Says No to Syria Conflict, Sets Precedent...
David Cameron was dealt an unexpected blow when the House of Commons rejected military...
The Upton Bill: The End Of Obamacare and Future Of The Democratic...
Friday the 15th in Washington featured the 261 to 157 Congressional approval of the Upton...
Additive Manufacturing or Addictive Manufacturing?
Prior to additive manufacturing, technology had always been driven by cost-centric...
3D Manufacturing: Engineering of the Future
Today we see a greater widespread and application of process manufacturing turned...
2012: A Busy Year for American Red Cross with 113 Disasters
Washington, U.S.A. -- In a busy year filled with hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires,...
U.S. Medical Care Resembles "Vampire Economy," Surgeon...
Tucson, U.S.A. -- The United States is forfeiting a half century of leadership in medical...
Give Miracles: Campaign to Raise $7.5 Million for Autism...
Philadelphia, U.S.A. -- The Center for Autism Research at The Children's Hospital...
Kelvin Doe: "They call me DJ Focus"
Meet Kelvin Doe. He’s the 16 year old inventor that has recently been a hit among...
Tragedy Strikes Foremost South African Orchestra
The economic crisis is ongoing. South Africans, however, seem to be facing an economic...
Zambians on Second Term for Barack Obama
Zambia, together with many African countries, has welcomed the second term for the US president...
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