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South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — As the oldest of five children of an immigrant family, Lama Roxanne Sirhan had to cut her own path to college. “My parents didn’t really know the resources available for college,” Sirhan said. “I had to find...
Google has switched the tagline on its Palestinian website, replacing the words “Palestinian territories” with “Palestine” in both English and Arabic. Google spokesman Nathan Tyler said the company consulted "a number of...
Salam Fayyad was 55 years old when they found him six years ago. They are the secretary of state and the European donors who wanted to help the Palestine Authority in its hour of trial but did not want to see their contributions diverted by corrupt...
As you can tell by the flurry of posts, my 10 days in Egypt have inspired me to write. I’ve had an amazing experience here. My open letter to President Morsi actually earned me a reply from his assistant, who ensures me they are trying and that they...
Tags: Egypt, Sony Corp., West Bank, Cairo (Egypt), Television
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- As the oldest of five children of an immigrant family, Lama Roxanne Sirhan had to cut her own path to college. "My parents didn't really know the resources available for college," Sirhan said. "I had to find those for myself. I have four...
This post has been corrected. See note below for details.JERUSALEM -- Embattled Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad resigned late Saturday after struggling for years against political rivals and lackluster public support. Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who in recent months had also clashed...
This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details Elected student leaders at UC Santa Barbara voted down a resolution early Thursday that would have urged the UC system to divest from companies said to profit from anti-Palestinian...
For some St. Agatha Academy students, a visit to a mock United Nations has turned into an opportunity to make a real difference to the world. “We just thought we could participate in a mock UN assembly and talk about problems in the world, and...
Tags: Students, Water Supply, Israel, Teaching and Learning, YMCA
When the "Arab Spring" erupted, the cry of demonstrators to their rulers was Irhal ("get out"). And now, in Cairo, Tunis and elsewhere, we again hear cry of Irhal, directed at the new leaders of what increasingly seem like the old systems,...
RAMALLAH, West Bank -- With the Boston Marathon bombings on their mind, hundreds of Palestinian and international runners participated Sunday in what was billed as the first Palestinian marathon. The Right to Movement Palestine Marathon kicked off in...
Tags: Sports, Running, Road Running, Civil Rights, West Bank
Last weekend, Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad resigned. We understand if that wasn't a sizzling news bulletin for most Americans. But Fayyad was important. He drew international respect for introducing "Fayyadism" — financial transparency...
RAMALLAH, West Bank–-Two weeks after a Palestinian prisoner died of cancer in an Israeli jail, provoking violent protests in the West Bank, Israel released a critically ill Palestinian prisoner who had served 11 years of a 14-year-sentence....
Tags: Arab Spring, Tzipi Livni, West Bank, Israel, Prisons
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