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The ’Pearl of the Orient’ begins to lose its luster. By TARIQ A. AL-MAEENA

The ’Pearl of the Orient’ begins to lose its luster. By TARIQ A. AL-MAEENA

Sri Lanka, nicknamed the "Pearl of the Orient", has begun to lose its luster following the brief spell of harmony that came at the end of a decades-long civil war, a war that claimed countless victims and ravaged the countryside, threatening...
Anwar Ibrahim found not guilty of sodomy Al Jazeera and agencies

Anwar Ibrahim found not guilty of sodomy Al Jazeera and agencies

  Malaysian politician says justice has been served and pledges to topple the government in next elections. Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett spoke to Anwar Ibrahim after the verdict at the Kuala Lumpur High Court   Malaysian...
The Royal House is Rattled Too

The Royal House is Rattled Too

IN NORMAL times a government sitting on $440 billion in foreign reserves would have few cares. Even in the present season of turmoil in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia is lucky. With the price of oil up by $10 a barrel since January, and the Saudis squirting...
Guantanamo Inmates Set To Receive Payouts Of Up To £1Million  By Nigel Morris and Tom Peck

Guantanamo Inmates Set To Receive Payouts Of Up To £1Million By Nigel Morris and Tom Peck

British former inmates of Guantanamo Bay are to set to receive large payments from the Government to drop claims that British secret agents knew they were being tortured. Ministers are expected to announce today that a settlement has been reached with...
Bush Can’t Travel Abroad Without Risking Arrest, By Matthew Rothschild

Bush Can’t Travel Abroad Without Risking Arrest, By Matthew Rothschild

George W. Bush better stay at home. The confessed waterboarder is a marked man. If he travels abroad, other countries can—and should—nab him and try him for the crime of torture. In his memoir and in last week’s NBC interview, Bush...
Mystery Missile Launched in Los Angeles

Mystery Missile Launched in Los Angeles

  Here are back-to-back news broadcasts on the mystery missile fired off the coast of Los Angeles, yesterday evening, Monday November 8, 2010: MSNBC's national cable network and Los Angeles' CBS affiliate, KCBS TV. Both report that a large...
Israeli police raze mosque amid protests From Shira Medding, CNN

Israeli police raze mosque amid protests From Shira Medding, CNN

(CNN) — Israeli police officers razed a mosque they said was built illegally in the southern city of Rahat as residents hurled rocks at them. Hundreds of police officers accompanied by land authority officials arrived in the city on Saturday night....
In Denial: US ‘Shoots Messenger’ to Save Face in WikiLeaks Scandal   By Russia Today

In Denial: US ‘Shoots Messenger’ to Save Face in WikiLeaks Scandal By Russia Today

By Russia Today Washington's denying it ignored numerous cases of Iraqi torture and killing over the past six years. The allegations stem from 400,000 secret U.S. files on the war in Iraq, leaked by the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks. The documents...
Tony Blair’s sister-in-law Lauren Booth converts to Islam after a ‘holy experience’ in Iran ,By MAIL ON SUNDAY REPORTER

Tony Blair’s sister-in-law Lauren Booth converts to Islam after a ‘holy experience’ in Iran ,By MAIL ON SUNDAY REPORTER

Tony Blair’s sister-in-law has converted to Islam after having a ‘holy experience’ in Iran. Broadcaster and journalist Lauren Booth, 43 – Cherie Blair’s half-sister – said she now wears a hijab head covering whenever...
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