March, 2008

Ignoring History’s Lessons on Hate

In recent weeks, the State Department watered down a report on North Korean repression, dropped China from its annual list of the world’s… 2

Mile-high tower: Saudi prince promises £5bn desert spire TWICE as tall as nearest rival being built

Little brother: The Dubai Tower and Prince al-Walid bin Talal, who is behind the scheme

Filing: Countrywide CEO to Get $10M

Filing: Countrywide CEO to Get $10 Million in Stock, President to Get $9 Million

German watchdog eyes $600 bln global bank losses: report

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – The financial market crisis could cause losses of up to $600 billion at banks and other financial institutions worldwide, a… 0

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood under fire

The Egyptian government has intensified its onslaught on the Muslim Brotherhood ahead of key local elections next month, Dominic Moran writes for ISN… 0

Saudi Arabia, Egypt Accuse Syria of Blocking Peace Efforts

DAMASCUS, Syria — Saudi Arabia slammed Syria as a deeply divided Arab summit opened here Saturday, accusing Damascus of blocking Lebanese peace efforts… 0

Internet News Taking Over — ITD Editor

NAA Reveals Biggest Ad Revenue Plunge in More Than 50 Years

At the Zenith of Solar Energy

Israeli energy startup Zenith Solar is pioneering a “concentrated solar power” method that is up to five times more efficient than standard technology

Barak fears Hamas W. Bank takeover

Defense Minister Ehud Barak has warned the United States that gestures Israel is making to the Palestinians – including approving the transfer to… 0

Syria summit spotlights Arab disunity

Syria calls it the summit of “joint Arab effort,” the message printed on hoardings in Damascus. But it is likely that the Arab… 0

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