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Sarah Palin on U.S. Decision on Syria: ‘Let Allah Sort It Out’

Sarah Palin on U.S. Decision on Syria: ‘Let Allah Sort It Out’

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin criticized the Obama administration’s decision to supply weapons to the rebels in the civil war in Syria today, arguing that the U.S. should “Let Allah sort it out” until there is a stronger leader in the White House. “Militarily, where is our commander in...

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Iranians take to streets to celebrate Rowhani victory

Iranians take to streets to celebrate Rowhani victory

Tens of thousands took to the streets of Tehran on Saturday evening to celebrate the election of moderate cleric Hassan Rowhani as president, with chanting pro-reform slogans and demanding more freedom. Large crowds were converging in main streets and squares, as security forces and police...

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Pakistan police storm Hospital, ending Standoff

Pakistan police storm Hospital, ending Standoff

Pakistani police stormed a hospital that had been taken over by gunmen Saturday, freeing hostages and ending a five-hour standoff that began with a bombing just outside the emergency room and left five dead, officials said. The attack in Quetta, capital of restive Baluchistan province, came...

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Riot police advance on protesters in Istanbul park

Riot police advance on protesters in Istanbul park

Riot police fired water cannons and tear gas on protesters in Istanbul's Taksim Square and neighboring Gezi Park on Saturday, an intervention that came shortly after the prime minister warned that security forces "know how to clear" the area. Protesters had defied Recep Tayyip Erdogan's...

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Iran's Rowhani: moderate pledged to engage with world

Iran's Rowhani: moderate pledged to engage with world

Hassan Rowhani, the bearded cleric who is leading the pack in Iran's presidential election, is a moderate who has pledged to engage more with world powers in hopes of easing crippling economic sanctions. Rowhani, who headed Iran's nuclear negotiating team in the early 2000s under reformist...

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Sectarian Banner in Istanbul protests by Turkish Alawites

Sectarian Banner in Istanbul protests by Turkish Alawites

Number of Turkish demonstrators carried a sectarian banner in Taksim square for the first time. "Democracy and Nature have been slaughtered by force, we should look for who killed the Alawites, with alleged photo to Imam  Al-Hussein  the grandson  of Islamic...

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Iran votes for new president, Khamenei slams U.S. doubts

Iran votes for new president, Khamenei slams U.S. doubts

Millions of Iranians voted to choose a new president on Friday, urged by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to turn out in force to discredit suggestions by arch foe the United States that the election would be unfair. The country's 50 million eligible voters have a choice between six...

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Turkish police battle protesters in Istanbul square

Turkish police battle protesters in Istanbul square

Turkish riot police using tear gas and water cannon battled protesters for control of Istanbul's Taksim Square on Tuesday night as demonstrators defied Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's demand they clear the area and end 10 days of demonstrations. Police fired volleys of tear gas canisters...

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  Turkey detains “main perpetrator” of the Reyhanli bombings

Turkey detains “main perpetrator” of the Reyhanli bombings

  Turkey said on Tuesday it had detained a “main perpetrator” of the bombings that killed 51 people near the Syrian border last month, adding that the Turkish man had been caught as he tried to flee over the frontier. Turkey has accused Syria of involvement in the twin attacks in...

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Turkish PM Erdogan to meet Istanbul protest organizers on Wednesday

Turkish PM Erdogan to meet Istanbul protest organizers on Wednesday

Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan will on Wednesday meet leaders of the Gezi Park platform, the group whose protests against the destruction of an Istanbul park have spiraled into a wave of anti-government protests that have rocked Turkey . "They asked to meet the prime minister and...

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Calls for demonstrations in front of Iran and Lebanon embassies in protest against intervention in Syria

Calls for demonstrations in front of Iran and Lebanon embassies in protest against intervention in Syria

 In protest against the Iranian intervention in Syria, number of Syrian activists call to organize large demonstrations in front of Iranian embassies in throughout the world. The activists said in a statement that this call represents an important step to draw the public...

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Mandela back in Hospital in serious but stable condition

Mandela back in Hospital in serious but stable condition

  VIDEO PLAYER CONTROLS Play Mute Volume Down Volume Up Seek Back 5 seconds Seek Forward 5 seconds Next Video Open Info Open Hotkey Menu Mandela back in hospital Nelson Mandela has been re-admitted to...

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Three Americans killed in Afghan 'insider attack'

Three Americans killed in Afghan 'insider attack'

An Afghan soldier shot dead two US soldiers and one US civilian on Saturday, the latest "insider attack" to shake efforts by the two armies to work together to defeat the Taliban insurgency. An Afghan policeman walks behind a US soldier serving with the International Security Assistance...

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From US, long-shot Iran candidate urges trust

From US, long-shot Iran candidate urges trust

As Iran heads into an election dominated by hardliners, one would-be future president is campaigning from an elegant, wooded US neighborhood accompanied by his dog, a bouncy bichon frise. Hooshang Amirahmadi, an academic with dual citizenship, acknowledges that he has no chance of winning...

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White House defends phone sweep amid uproar

White House defends phone sweep amid uproar

WASHINGTON — The White House insisted Thursday it must use every tool to protect Americans against terrorism, after revelations about a vast spy agency sweep of domestic phone records sparked a political backlash. A civil liberties group branded the program, authorized by a top secret...

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Russia's Putin, wife announce divorce

Russia's Putin, wife announce divorce

MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin and his wife Lyudmila on Thursday announced they have divorced after three decades of marriage, in a joint interview with state television after watching a ballet performance. "It was a joint decision," Putin said during the interview with...

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Turkey unrest highlights PM, president rivalry

Turkey unrest highlights PM, president rivalry

ANKARA — Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gul have strongly differing lines on Turkey's mass protests, throwing a spotlight on their growing rivalry ahead of next year's elections when both could potentially run for the presidency, observers say. Ever since the first...

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'I'm not a dictator': Erdogan shows full self-confidence despite protests    '

'I'm not a dictator': Erdogan shows full self-confidence despite protests '

Turkey's powerful populist leader Recep Tayip Erdogan shows no signs of flinching against masses of angry protesters who brand him a dictator, dismissing them as "a handful of vandals". Thousands have rallied, complaining that he is pushing conservative, Islamist-flavoured...

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