September, 2007

Hezbollah Blocks Vote On Lebanese President

BEIRUT, Sept. 25 — Hezbollah and its political allies on Tuesday blocked the election of a new president in Lebanon by boycotting parliament,… 2

Iraq: Rise of a Secret Unit

Oct. 1, 2007 issue – In his report to Congress earlier this month, Gen. David Petraeus claimed that Iran has a deadly new… 11

Al-Qaida Taps Europe for New Recruits

WASHINGTON (AP) Al-Qaida continues to recruit Europeans for explosives training in Pakistan because Europeans can more easily enter the United States without… 0

Clinton’s Global Vision Brings Power Players To Town

As if the heightened security and worse-than-usual traffic snarling in midtown Manhattan isn’t clue enough, it’s that time of year again; when former… 0

US Says Iran Smuggling Missiles to Iraq

BAGHDAD — The U.S. military accused Iran on Sunday of smuggling surface-to-air missiles and other advanced weapons into Iraq for use against American… 4

Starch ‘fuel of human evolution’

Man has a larger skull capacity than other primates

Israel agrees to free 90 Palestinian prisoners

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel agreed on Sunday to free another 90 Palestinian prisoners to try to bolster President Mahmoud Abbas ahead of a… 5

US to invite Syria, Saudis to meeting

The United States will invite members of an Arab League panel that includes Syria and Saudi Arabia to a Middle East peace conference… 1

Israel raises alert level in north after electronic alarm activated

JERUSALEM, Sept. 23 (Xinhua) — The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) raised the alert level on Sunday morning in the north after suspicions that… 1

Columbia Has Denied Request to Cancel His Appearance

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will speak at Columbia University Monday, despite protests. (Atta Kenare, AFP/Getty Images)

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