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Sep 15, 2014
North Korea sentences U.S. tourist to 6 years hard labor
North Korea's Supreme Court on Sunday sentenced an American tourist to six years imprisonment for allegedly committing hostile acts against the commun...
Sep 13, 2014
Coordination between industry sectors key to easing water scarcity
Manufacturing, agriculture and energy sectors are going to have to coordinate their water use much more efficiently if water scarcity is to be avoided...
Sep 12, 2014
Families of 9/11 victims mark 13th anniversary of terrorist attack
Families of some 3,000 people who died in the 9/11 attack marked the 13th anniversary of the event with solemn ceremonies in Lower Manhattan, at the P...
Sep 11, 2014
Obama launches counter-terror campaign vs. Islamic State, airstrikes set for Syria
President Barack Obama announced his strategy to destroy the Islamic State (IS) terror group in a national address on TV on the eve of the 13th annive...
Sep 10, 2014
ISIS calls for assassination of Twitter employees
The Islamist terror group responsible for beheading two American journalists has called for the assassination of Twitter employees in retaliation for ...
Sep 08, 2014
U.S. airstrikes hit ISIS fighters around Iraq dam
U.S. warplanes struck fighters of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) around western Iraq's second-largest dam on Sunday, according to the Pentagon...
Sep 04, 2014
Vladimir Putin tells the West to back off, warns of nuclear force
As the United States and European Union talked about possible sanction programs against Russia, Vladimir Putin's nuclear threat has become more eviden...
Sep 03, 2014
ISIS fulfills threat, beheads second U.S. journalist
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria made good its threat to behead another American journalist on Tuesday by posting a video of the decapitation of St...
Sep 02, 2014
Libyan militia raids evacuated U.S. embassy
Members of a Libyan militia raided the empty U.S. embassy in Tripoli on Sunday as fighting among rebel groups in the country continues.
Aug 31, 2014
Afghan mining law “could strengthen armed groups”
A new law designed to regulate Afghanistan's nascent mining sector could increase corruption, lead to forced displacements and even allow armed groups...
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