February, 2011

Iran says its warships completed Suez Canal crossing

Iran’s state broadcaster says vessels reach Mediterranean, despite recent reports that the controversial crossing, the first since 1979, would only take place later… 2

Planet could be ‘unrecognizable’ by 2050, experts say

WASHINGTON (AFP) – A growing, more affluent population competing for ever scarcer resources could make for an “unrecognizable” world by 2050, researchers warned… 11

In the days has been on the road since Friday

Mmilitary to secure Qaradawi’s access to Tahrir Square

Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi Banned Qaradawi returns to lead Friday prayers in Egypt

Iran’s man in Ecuador

Last October, Ambassador Roger Noriega, former Assistant Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere during the George W. Bush Administration, exposed Hugo Chávez’s… 0

Syria still stonewalling UN nuclear probe: diplomats

VIENNA (AFP) – Syria has snubbed a request by UN atomic watchdog chief Yukiya Amano for prompt access to a suspect nuclear site… 0

Wis. Gov. Walker calls Democrat boycott a ‘stunt’

MADISON, Wis. – A group of Democratic Wisconsin lawmakers blocked passage of a sweeping anti-union bill Thursday, refusing to show up for a… 1

Poll: Majority of Republicans Doubt Obama’s Birthplace

File Photo A slim majority of Republicans are still in disbelief that President Barack Obama, now in his third year in office, was… 1

Jeffrey on Socialism’s Trajectory: Obama’s HHS Is Bigger Than LBJ’s Government

Anyone who doubts that the trend toward socialism is pushing America toward ruin should examine the historical tables President Obama published Monday along… 0

Israel approves more Egyptian troops in Sinai

* Peace treaty restricts nature, size of forces * Israel says Egyptian troop deployment is temporary

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