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World NowThe Arab League’s move to suspend Syria is sending shock waves through the region. Turkey decided to evacuate diplomatic families from the Syrian capital. Saudi Arabia and Qatar condemned attacks on their embassies. And the official Syrian media...
World NowSupporters of President Bashar Assad attacked diplomatic missions in Syria after the Arab League voted to suspend the country's membership if his regime fails to take immediate steps to implement a peace plan. While the opposition celebrated the Arab...
World NowArab foreign ministers have given Syria three days to cease what one official called its “bloody repression” against its people or face economic sanctions. The move came after Syria’s humiliating suspension from the Arab League became...
Culture MonsterQatar Museums Authority lures president of Christie's to new job...
Top of the TicketFull Text: Obama continues the tradition of hosting a dinner after sunset, talks of the 9/11 tragedy....
Babylon & BeyondJibril said the meeting of donor nations would be "to make provisions and arrange for $2.4 billion for the [council] in order to pay salaries of Libyans before Eid and to arrange for all the medical treatment and the artificial limbs which are required...
Babylon & BeyondThe Gulf Cooperation Council’s unprecedented decision to invite Morocco and approve Jordan’s request to join its ranks came as a surprise to political observers in the region and outside. Since its inception, the council has been reluctant...
Babylon & BeyondAlleged Libyan rape victim Eman Obeidy grabbed the world's attention and became a symbol of the uprising against embattled Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi when she stormed into a Tripoli hotel in late March, telling a group of journalists having breakfast......
Babylon & BeyondThe Libyan woman who caused international controversy when she claimed she was raped by Kadafi troops has left Libya for the United States, her sister told the Associated Press on Sunday. Marwa Obeidi said her sister Iman left Benghazi early......
Repurposed from the Jan. 20, 2011 edition of Education Today. Did you know there is a Northwestern University in Qatar? A University of Chicago in Singapore? A National-Louis University in Poland? American universities are exporting themselves to the...
Associated Press WriterA New York University arts professor might not have eyes on the back of his head, but he's coming pretty close. Wafaa Bilal, a visual artist widely recognized for his interactive and performance pieces, had a small digital camera implanted in the back of...
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