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LATEST UPDATES Houthi rebels to launch 2nd stage of protest as leader warns of attacks :: Hadi calls Military and Security Forces to Defend Sana'a, the Capital :: Presidential committee in Saada as party reveals initiative to resolve Yemen crisis :: Yemen: 2500 precious manuscripts smuggled into Israel in past five decades :: Hadi vows strict measures to punish those attempting to destabilize Yemen :: CBY Governor: Fiscal situation stable after reforms in Yemen :: G10 Ambassadors in Yemen Demand Houthi to Respect law :: Yemen forces on high alert as militants rally on outskirts of capital :: For fifth successive year, China ranks as first trade partner with Yemen in 2013 :: Yemen President intensifies meeting with aides, formes new committee on Saada ::
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The Indian Ocean and the Secrets of the Deep

Today the Indian Ocean region has emerged as political, economic and strategic power base set to transform the face of global economy.

 

Press Release: The Yemeni American Public Affairs Council YAPAC

The Yemeni American Public Affairs Council (YAPAC) strongly condemns the attacks on the U.S. Embassies in Yemen, Egypt and the consulate in Libya, which resulted in the loss of innocent life.

 

US-Backed Terrorists Murder US Ambassador in Libya

“I have met with these brave fighters, and they are not Al-Qaeda. To the contrary: They are Libyan patriots who want to liberate their nation. We should help them do it.” – Senator John McCain in Benghazi, Libya April 22, 2011.

 

AN IRONY OF SORTS

Does a riot do justice to protest against another riot? No, but Mumbai witnessed the unenviable irony last week.

 

Addressing the Challenges To Transform The HIV-TB Response

The dual HIV-TB epidemic has posed a challenge for both TB and HIV efforts at all levels. Although the number of people living with HIV (PLHIV) screened for TB increased almost 12-fold, (from nearly 200 000 to over 2.3 million people) and testing for HIV among TB

 

Denmark’s EU Presidency: At work for growth in Europe

Dark clouds hung over Europe on 1 January 2012, the day Denmark took over the EU Presidency.

 

NINTH ANNUAL U.S.-ISLAMIC WORLD FORUM May 29-31, 2012

The Brookings Institution is proud to announce the ninth annual U.S.-Islamic World Forum, convened each year in partnership with the State of Qatar.

 

UN Chief Asks Turkey and Israel to Mend Their Ties

 

After a much publicized diplomatic fallout between Turkey and Israel, UN Chief Ban Ki Moon is now urging both countries to mend their ties and to return to the negotiating table in regards to the flotilla raid which claimed the life of 8 Turks in 2010.

 

 

2010 Review: A Thumbnail Sketch of Today`s World

The year end is the perfect time to contemplate where the world is headed and to firm up on business and personal plans for 2011. Here are some pointers to stimulate your thinking about what the future holds

 

Readers of Condé Nast Magazine vote for Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts
Dubai, 20 October 2009: Jumeirah, the Dubai-based luxury hospitality group, operator of Jumeirah Essex House in New York and a member of Dubai Holding, won several accolades from readers of the American edition of Condé Nast, the prestigious travel magazine.
 

Honduras thwarts Zelaya's return

The military has foiled an attempt by Manuel Zelaya, the ousted president of Honduras, to return to his country, but clashes between his supporters and security forces have led to at least two deaths.

 

Honduras president condemns 'plot'

Manuel Zelaya, the president of Honduras, has called for "peaceful resistance" after the country's military forced him to leave the country.

 

Michael Jackson dies of a heart attack ; US pop icon Michael Jackson dies

American pop icon Michael Jackson died Thursday after suffering a cardiac arrest, according to the Los Angeles coroner.

 

Obama says world 'watching Iran'

Barack Obama, the US president, has told Iran "the world is watching" its actions after the country's supreme leader demanded an end to street protests over recent elections.

 

Moussavi Web site letter wants election results thrown out

Fresh clashes broke out between police and protesters Sunday as Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad held a victory rally and opposition supporters claimed ballot fraud in Friday's presidential election.

 

Pakistanis secure Swat town, clash in other areas

Pakistani forces consolidated their hold on the main town in the Swat valley on Sunday and began trucking supplies to 40,000 civilians stranded there, as fighting flared in South Waziristan on the Afghan border.

 

Obama restarts Guantanamo trials

Barack Obama, the US president, has said military commissions for al-Qaeda suspects held at the Guantanamo Bay prison camp will be restarted.

 

Flu epidemic 'declining' in Mexico

Mexico's health minister says his nation's H1N1 flu epidemic has "passed its peak", nearly two months after Mexican authorities first began reporting cases of an influenza-like illness.

 

Fears grow as swine flu spreads

Outbreaks of swine flu, suspected to have killed up to 81 people in Mexico, are being reported from other countries amid growing fears of a pandemic.

 

Mandela magic at final ANC rally

Nelson Mandela, the former South African president, has made a surprise appearance at the final election rally of the African National Congress,(ANC), urging his countrymen to return the ruling party to power in upcoming polls.

 

Captain freed from Somali pirates

A US merchant vessel captain has been freed from captivity and three Somali pirates reportedly shot dead in an operation in the Indian Ocean. Richard Phillips, the captain of the Maersk Alabama, was freed after an operation against the pirates on Sunday, Laura Tischler, a spokeswoman for the US state department, said.

 

British police flag 200 Muslim kids as potential terrorists; UK police probe Muslim youth for radical views

A new police-run program in the UK aimed at rooting out radicalism among Muslim youth identified hundreds of school children as "would-be terrorists," raising concern among Muslim organizations who warned the program infringed on civil liberties.

 

Opposition to Iraq war continues six years after U.S.-led invasion: US, Iraq anti-war protests mark 6th anniversary

Demonstrators throughout the United States held a nationwide Day of Action Saturday to commemorate the sixth anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq that went unmarked by Iraqi authorities or the U.S. military

 

NGO says UK govt. "meddling into" its affairs: Muslim Council in UK rejects MP's call to resign

Britain’s largest Muslim organization rejected Sunday calls for its head to resign for backing Hamas and called the government's latest attempts to interfere in the organization's structure "high-handed" and "condescending."

 

It has long been thought that Cleopatra's roots were in Greece; Cleopatra 'was part-African': British documentary

Cleopatra may have been part-African and not Greek Caucasian, according to a British TV documentary to be shown this month, its makers said Sunday.

 

Say probe should not be limited to attacks on UN facilities; Judges, human rights figures call for Gaza probe

A group of the world's most experienced judges and human rights investigators called Sunday for a full international investigation into alleged abuses of international law in the Gaza conflict.

 

US not winning the war in Afghanistan: Obama

U.S. President Barack Obama announced in an interview published Sunday that the United States is not winning the war in Afghanistan and hinted at talking to moderate elements of the Taliban as it did with some insurgency groups in Iraq

 

Woman Arrested in Human Trafficking Case

NEW DELHI - Navin Chawla is set to preside over the upcoming Lok Sabha elections with President Pratibha Patil on Sunday rejecting Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) N. Gopalaswami’s recommendation to remove him.

 

Indian President Rejects Plea to Sack Poll Officer

NEW DELHI - Navin Chawla is set to preside over the upcoming Lok Sabha elections with President Pratibha Patil on Sunday rejecting Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) N. Gopalaswami’s recommendation to remove him.

 

Madagascar forces retake government buildings

Madagascar security forces regained control of four government ministries overnight from opposition activists, authorities said Friday. Police arrested 50 people and no injuries were reported.

 

Abu Qatada awarded commiseration for detention Rights court says UK held cleric illegally

The European Court of Human Rights found Britain guilty on Thursday of unlawfully detaining nine men under an anti-terrorism law passed after the
Sept. 11 attacks on the United States in 2001.

 

Tiger leader still in Sri Lanka-defence secretary

COLOMBO - The separatist Tamil Tigers’ leader is hiding in Sri Lanka and holding thousands of civilians as a shield to buy time to either flee or make his last stand, Sri Lanka’s defence secretary said on Monday.

 

Swat a threat for all of us: U.S. envoy

NEW DELHI - An Islamist militancy in Pakistan’s Swat region is a common threat to the United States, India and Pakistan, a special U.S. envoy said on Monday, after meeting India’s foreign minister and top security officials.

 

7 qualify for Macedonia presidential election

SKOPJE, MACEDONIA - Seven candidates have been certified to run in the March 22 presidential election in Macedonia, election authorities said Monday. The race is expected to be closely fought between two law professors, one backed by the Social-Democratic challengers, the other by the governing conservatives.

 

Portuguese trucker jailed over British family death smash

LONDON - A Portuguese lorry driver was jailed for three years Monday after being convicted of causing the death of a British family of six when his 40-tonne truck ploughed into the back of their car.

 

 
 
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