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Retired Indonesian Lt. Gen. Prabowo Subianto, right, tells his side of the story during his first news conference since his return to Jakarta Tuesday, May 9, 2000.
Elections   Jakarta   Photos   Politics   Wikipedia: Prabowo Subianto  
 Belfast Telegraph 
Ex-general withdraws from election
Former Indonesian general Prabowo Subianto has rejected the presidential election process as "unfair" and has withdrawn from the contest as nearly complete results showed his opponent leading with 52%... (photo: AP / Charles Dharapak)
Echo Crater and Frying pan lake, Cathedral rocks in Waimangu Volcanic Rift Valley near Rotorua, New Zealand.
Lakes   Photos   Rotorua   Tourism   Wikipedia: Rotorua  
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Rotorua wins hosting rights for 2015 conference
Tuesday, 22 July 2014, 9:54 am | Press Release: | Rotorua wins hosting rights for 2015 local government conference | Rotorua will be the focus of local government in July next year when mayors, counci... (photo: Creative Commons)
 Iraqi Vice chairman of the Revolutionary Command Council, Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri -Iraq  The Daily Beast 
Saddam’s Former Deputy, the Red Skull of Baghdad, Still at Large in Iraq and Allied ...
Despite a $10 million reward for his capture, the Iraqi tyrant’s liaison to the world’s most radical jihadists, now 72, is on the loose and in cahoots with the so-called Caliph Ibrahim. | BAGHDAD ... (photo: AP / Jassim Mohammed)
ISIS Militants   Invasion of Iraq   Izzat Ibrahim al Douri   Photos   Wikipedia: Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri  
Kashmiri Hajj pilgrims walk to board a bus for departing for the annual Hajj pilgrimage on September 17, 2012 in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir, India.The first batch of 269 Kashmiri Muslim Hajj pilgrims has left for the Holy Makkah in Saudi Arabia to perform annual Hajj pilgrimage.  WorldNews.com 
Is Islam at a Crossroads and Importance of Hijrah
Article by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling. | Is Islam at a Crossroads? No. But like most other faiths and worldviews or secularized ideologies around the globe, it is experiencing significant int... (photo: WN / Imran Nissar)
Hijrah   Islamic Extremism   Photos   Prophet Muhammad   Wikipedia: Hijra (Islam)  
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In this photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, right, speaks during an interview with the Argentine newspaper Clarin and the Argentine state news agency Telam, in Damascus, Syria on Saturday, May 18, 2013. Assad said in the interview he won't step down before elections and that the United States has no right to interfere in his country's politics, raising new doubts about a U.S-Russian effort to get Assad and his opponents to negotiate an end to the country's civil war. Stuff
Assad launches new term in stronger position
Bashar al-Assad was sworn in for a new term as Syria's president on Wednesday (local time), after an election which his opponents dismiss as a sham but which he said prov... (photo: AP / SANA)
Bashar al-Assad   Mideast   Photos   Syria   Wikipedia: Bashar al-Assad  
In this Friday, July 11, 2014 photo, people are rafted to the Mexican shore, across the Suchiate river that separates Tecun Uman, Guatemala and Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, on a makeshift raft made from inner tubes of trucks attached to wooden boards on their way to the U.S. WorldNews.com
U.S.'s 'Rutterless' Immigration and Border Policies
Article by Wn.com Correspondent Dallas Darling | "Borders are scratched across the hearts of men, by strangers with a calm, judicial pen, and when the borders bleed we wa... (photo: AP / Eduardo Verdugo)
Cultural Imperialism   Human Rights   Photos   US Immigration   Wikipedia: Illegal immigration to the United States  
Brazil's soccer coach Luiz Felipe Scolari speaks at a press conference presenting him as Brazil's new coach, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012. Scolari is returning to the national team 10 years after leading the country to the 2002 World Cup title. Business Day
Brazil fire ‘Felipão’ after World Cup disaster
Related articles | Brazilian soccer is ‘between harvests’ of good players EDITORIAL: Brazil — wiser if not richer Brazil’s loss could be an economic own goal | S... (photo: AP / Silvia Izquierdo)
2014 World Cup - Brazil   Luiz Felipe Scolari   Photos   Teammanager   Wikipedia: Luiz Felipe Scolari  
Tariq Abu Khdeir is hugged by his mother Suha after he was released from detention in Jerusalem on Sunday, July 6, 2014. Al Jazeera
US foreign policy: Absurdity of double standards in Palestine
One could be forgiven for believing that the protection of civil liberties and fundamental freedoms, and the obligation upon a state to protect and adhere to those rights... (photo: AP / Mahmoud Illean)
Human Rights   Israeli Palestinian Conflict   Photos   US Foreign Policy   Wikipedia: Kidnapping and murder of Mohammed Abu Khdeir  
File - President Barack Obama walks through the Rose Garden of the White House, May 6, 2014. WorldNews.com
President Obama and Audacity of When Polls Project
Article by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling | Recent polling data giving President Barack Obama the worst marks of any modern U.S. president reveals more about those t... (photo: White House / Pete Souza)
American Exceptionalism   Barack Obama   Photos   US Politics   Wikipedia: Barack Obama  
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden participates in a conversation via video with John Perry Barlow, co-founder & vice chairman of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, at the 2014 Personal Democracy Forum, at New York University, Thursday, June 5, 2014 in New York. The Guardian
Edward Snowden condemns Britain's emergency surveillance bill
Exclusive: NSA whistleblower says it 'defies belief' that bill must be rushed through after government ignored issue for a year | Edward Snowden with a framed piece of a ... (photo: AP / Richard Drew)
Edward Snowden   GCHQ   Global Surveillance   Photos   Wikipedia: Government Communications Headquarters  
People inspect the site of a car bomb attack on cars lined up at a gas station in the oil rich city of Kirkuk, in northern Iraq, Thursday, July 10, 2014. The lightning sweep by the militants over much of northern and western Iraq the past month has dramatically hiked tensions between the country's Shiite majority and Sunni minority. Reuters
Iraq government talks delayed again as fighting rages
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's parliament failed on Sunday to break a damaging political deadlock which is holding up the formation of new government to tackle an Islamist-le... (photo: AP)
Al Qaida   Iraq Conflict   Islamic Extremism   Photos   Wikipedia: 2014 Northern Iraq offensive  
Politics United Nations
- Onshore gas briefings reveal community opposition
- Rates to rise 3.5pc in Maranoa council budget
- Yarriambiack Shire warns of rate rise pain
- 14 jobs to go, mineral sands miner blames far-west Council
Vice President of the Indian National Congress Rahul Gandhi during mass rally at Sahid Minar ground in Kolkata on  Thursday 8 May 2014
It's time Rahul Gandhi stopped playing the leader; this is the biggest service he can do for his party
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- Judge Says Devil United Journalists From Al Jazeera to Desta
- ‘Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy’ brings a United
- At the United Nations, it's too much talk and not enough
- Taegrin’s death unites a nation
Israel's air force continued to launch attacks along the Gaza Strip
As US, UN Pursue Gaza Cease-fire, Fighting Rages
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Elections Education
- GOP focused on wrong set of children
- National signals short election campaign with Aug 23 launch
- Indonesia's Jokowi needs world's backing
- Victorian Coalition trails Labor in latest poll ahead of Nov
Rocky Erickson casts a ballot at a polling place on Election Day in Billings, Mont., Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012.
Justice Department suspends most poll-watching
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- Personnel changes at Pittsburgh Public Schools
- Pittsburgh school board rejects charter school expansion at
- Student conduct code pulled from Pittsburgh school board age
- Teacher's nude pix hacked, emailed to 300
A Palestinian boys read the Koran at a Mosque in their summer camp for the study of Islam's holy book organized by the Islamist movement Hamas in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on June 7, 2014. A summer camp by Hamas for school students teaches Koran recitation and interpretation, and learn about the Prophet Muhammad and other lessons in Islam. Photo by Ahmed Deeb/WN
22 Fun ways to help kids learn their math facts
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Human Rights Racism & Discrimination
- Nigerian president vows to free missing girls
- Israel hits dozens of targets in Gaza Strip
- FBI Terrorism Sting Tactics Under New Scrutiny In Report, Do
- FBI ‘encouraged, funded terror acts’
Nigeria President, Goodluck Jonathan, left, greets some of the parents of the kidnapped girls from the Chibok government secondary school, in Abuja, Nigeria. Tuesday, July 22, 2014.
Nigerian president vows to free missing girls
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- Some in Hong Kong not immune to anti-Jewish racism
- Patrick Vieira praised by Football Against Racism chief for
- Age discrimination cited in trial against Gannett, C-J
- Women entrepreneurs tell Senate they face funding discrimina
Ed Sheeran performs at the night that changed America: a Grammy salute to the Beatles, on Monday, Jan. 27, 2014, in Los Angeles.
Ed Sheeran Sparks Outrage After Topping Radio 1Xtra Power List: BBC Deny Racism Against Black Artists
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Labor Affairs Societies
- Labor weighs into debate after Department of Human Services
- Victorian Coalition trails Labor in latest poll ahead of Nov
- Labor urged to support reforms
- There's Less Slack In The US Labor Market Than You Think
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- Melbourne memorial service held for victims of Malaysia Airl
- Cherry Bar in Melbourne turns to fans to keep music playing
- New Commonwealth Games flag handover ambassadors named
- Social media rumours obstacle to Kyle Coleman case
Health worker Xolisa Madikane, left unseen, tests blood for the HIV virus at a container lab next to the Gugulethu Community Health Clinic in Gugulethu on the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa, Tuesday, July 21, 2009. South Africa launched a high-profile trial of an AIDS vaccine created by its own researchers Monday, a proud moment in a nation where government denial, neglect and unscientific responses have helped fuel the world's worst AIDS crisis.
AIDS Society Mourns Researchers, Experts Killed in Crash
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