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ReutersBy Eduardo Garcia BOGOTA, May 31 (Reuters) - Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Friday dismissed as "crazy" accusations made by his Venezuelan counterpart Nicolas Maduro that Santos is involved in a plot to overthrow him, and called for a...
Harry Enoch, Sun columnist and local historian, has prepared a series of articles from his upcoming book about one of the area’s most important pioneers, Capt. Billy Bush. Southwest Virginia Castlewood on Clinch, 1771 After Billy Bush left home,...
Reuters* Syria opposition says National Coalition in exile lacks legitimacy * Coalition deadlocked over its own membership * Rebels in Syria want half the seats on Coalition bodies * Turkey sees Geneva peace talks slipping from June to July By Khaled...
Reuters* Court rulings to renationalise plunge companies into legal limbo * Officials say implementing rulings is complicated * Critics say government stalling on implementation * Dozens more rulings pending By Maggie Fick CAIRO, May 29 (Reuters) - A thorny...
Tags: Justice System, Mohamed Morsi, Trials, Cairo (Egypt), Punishment
Reuters* Syrian army says rebels face "surrender or death" * Rebels say Hezbollah intervention hastened their defeat * Date for proposed peace conference slips back to July (Adds detail from Qusair, Arab League comment) By Mariam Karouny QUSAIR, Syria, June...
CAIRO — Egypt's 2011 uprising was often referred to as a youth revolution, but two years after longtime President Hosni Mubarak was forced out of office, many in the younger generation say they feel more politically isolated than ever. The country...
Reuters* U.S., Russia to discuss peace talks on Monday * Russia says Syrian govt agrees in principle to talks * West will step up support to opposition if talks fail (Recasts with opposition talks facing collapse, adds quotes) By Khaled Yacoub Oweis...
Reuters* Moderate Islamist-led government cracks down on Salafists * Rupture raises risk of fuelling armed radicals in N.Africa * Main Salafist group rejects state, shuns elections * Secular Tunisians fear for freedom, stability By Tarek Amara TUNIS, May 23...
Tags: Algeria, Religion and Belief, North Africa, Egypt, Government
The Hartford Courant— The British are coming to Old Wethersfield. The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum will host its fifth annual Revolutionary War encampment Saturday featuring a mock battle between the Fifth Connecticut Regiment and a redcoat raiding party. Commanding...
TEHRAN -- Elections are scheduled in Iran for June 14, the first presidential balloting since the disputed 2009 vote. Iran’s Guardian Council, an oversight body, is expected to release the list of vetted candidates this week. The Times sought out...
CAIRO — His phone doesn't ring and his charts are gloomy. But every day Mostafa Ismail, a financial broker with a hangman's demeanor, steps into the Egyptian stock exchange hoping for positive blips. They are rare in a nation where revolution...
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