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  • European Union bans Iranian oil

     
    The European Union adopts an embargo on Iranian oil over the Tehran regime's nuclear program. The ban goes into immediate effect on all new and proposed oil contracts....
  • Six Persian Gulf nations plan to pull peace monitors from Syria

     
    An Arab League peace plan for Syria appeared to be near collapse Tuesday as six Persian Gulf nations announced their intention to withdraw monitors from Syria and urged the United Nations Security Council to take “all needed measures” to...
  • Why are U.S., Russia squabbling over Syria at the United Nations?

     
    The United States and a coalition of Arab countries are likely to face off with Russia at the United Nations over a proposed resolution that could call on Syrian President Bashar Assad to relinquish power, Patrick J. McDonnell reports for The Times. The...
  • Arab League suspends mission in Syria amid rising violence

     
    Syria, Arab League, Assad, crackdown: The Arab League said Saturday it was suspending its observer mission in Syria amid escalating violence that has left scores dead in recent days....
  • Bahrain refuses journalists seeking to cover protest anniversary

     
    Bahrain has turned down several journalists for visas to visit the Gulf nation on the one-year anniversary of sweeping anti-government protests next Tuesday, telling them it has gotten too many requests....
  • Sunday: Building alternative worlds, William Gibson and 'The Lady in Gold'

     
    Matt Ruff builds an unexpected, alternative version of the 9/11 attacks in his novel "The Mirage"; cyberpunk patron saint William Gibson showcases his nonfiction work; "Bell Curve" co-author Charles Murray makes a dire assessment of America in "Coming...
  • 'Easily affordable' to save 2 million children, report says

     
    The world could save 2 million children every year if it helped the neediest countries take 13 recommended steps to conquer malnutrition, according to a new report from Save the Children....
  • Bahraini protesters, police clash, fight through tear gas [Video]

     
    One day before Bahraini protesters are slated to mark the first anniversary of protests against the government, street battles flared Monday between and protesters and police, marked by clouds of tear gas. Opposition activists are urging protesters to...
  • Bahrain, Belarus newly dubbed as 'Internet enemies'

     
    After a tumultuous year of protests and crackdowns, the island nation of Bahrain has been newly labeled as an “enemy of the Internet” by a nonprofit that advocates for press freedom, Reporters Without Borders. Also on the list are Belarus,...
  • Newly discovered oil fuels hope and fear in Kenya

     
    Kenya has struck oil, a discovery that has fueled hope and fear in the East African country....
  • Philippines seeks to reduce numbers of overseas domestic workers

     
    In the face of complaints of abuse and fraud abroad, government officials are seeking to stem the wave of more than a million Filipina workers who have headed overseas to work as maids. The outpouring of Filipinos to other countries has paid off for the...