February, 2011

North Korea threatens military action over SKorea campaign

A North Korean soldier on the northern side of the truce village of Panmunjom looks south in the demilitarised zone that separates North… 1

US Will Be the World’s Third Largest Economy: Citi

The world is going to become richer and richer as developing economies play catch up over the coming years, according to Willem Buiter,… 1

Obama breaks silence, condemns Libya crackdown

President Barack Obama speaks about Libya while U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton listens in the White House in Washington February 23, 2011…. 7

Iranian warships arrive in Syria, witness says

DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — A witness said two Iranian warships docked in Syria on Thursday, completing a voyage that has raised tensions with… 0

Qaeda sets up “Islamic Emirate”, Libya deputy FM says Gaddafi ordered Lockerbie bombing: Ex-minister

“I have proof that Gaddafi gave the order on Lockerbie,” said the minister, who stepped down Monday to protest the ongoing violence in… 3

Obama pulls defense for law banning gay marriage

President Barack Obama has determined that a federal law that barred gay marriages was unconstitutional and told government lawyers to stop defending it,… 2

Top Sunni cleric says army should kill Kadhafi

AFP/File Influential Muslim cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi, pictured in 2007, issued a fatwa on Monday that any Libyan DOHA (AFP) Influential Muslim… 0

S. Korea bank runs cause more suspensions

SEOUL — South Korea suspended operations at four more savings banks on Saturday after runs developed as customers rushed to get at their… 0

Get ready for a ‘global Katrina’:

Imminent: The world got a taster of the sun’s explosive power last week with the strongest solar eruption in five years (white flash,… 4

Report: Hezbollah aiding Iran in stifling anti-government protests

According to Asharq al-Awsat, some 1,500 Hezbollah men are participating in clashes, fighting opposition protesters on streets of Tehran.

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