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The Complicated Dynamic of Arab’s Love-Hate Relationship with the Rest of the World

19/08/2015

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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry & Arab League Secretary-General Dr. Nabil Elaraby,, Photo by U.S. Department of State, February 19, 2015

Vinita Tiwari, Middle East Correspondent Last Modified: 02:55 a.m. EST, 19 August 2015 MIDDLE EAST – The relationship the Middle East maintains with other global nations is complicated. Whether political relations or social ties, trying to understand the depth of Arab’s love-hate relationship with other countries sometimes seems like an impenetrable task. Without taking into […]

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Portrait of a Suicide Bomber, DNA Identifies Turkey ISIS Terrorist who Killed 32 People

06/08/2015

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US Air Force Tech Sergeant Brenda Nipper

Victoria Copeland, Contributing Journalist Last Modified: 00:20 a.m. EST, 06 August 2015 SURUC, Turkey – The recent suicide bombing which occurred in the town of Suruc was a highly publicized terrorist act, one of the worst perpetrated in this predominantly Muslim country.  Israel has long been victimized by suicide bombers, but now this killing strategy […]

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Mohed Altrad, a Bedouin Who Flees the Desert, Becomes Billionaire, Wins Coveted 2015 EY Award

19/07/2015

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Eiffel Eyeful, Photo by IWC Photo

Ayanna Nahmias, Editor-in-Chief Last Modified: 18:08 PM EDT, 19 July 2015 MARSEILLE, France – How many of us could walk through the desert to sit outside of school because we had such a thirst for knowledge? Would you be motivated enough to gaze through a hole in mud and tin roof schoolhouse and stare at […]

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MERS Outbreak in South Korea Hits Record High, 3 New Cases, 2 More Die

22/06/2015

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WHO Says South Korea's MERS Outbreak Large and Complex, Photo Courtesy of Ritika Patel

Sarah Joanne Jakubowski, Contributing Journalist Last Modified: 00:46 a.m. EST, 22 June 2015 SOUTH KOREA – An outbreak of MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) in South Korea has led to 138 confirmed cases and 14 deaths, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Just 17 hours ago news outlets reported 3 new cases with 2 […]

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Afghanistan Female Delegation Negotiates Face-to-Face with Taliban in Historic Oslo Meeting

13/06/2015

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Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi, Speaker of the Lower House of the Afghan Parliament, and Fawzia Koofi, Parliamentarian, greet one another at a breakfast at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan on Saturday, March 19, 2011. (S.K. Vemmer/Department of State)

Sarah Joanne Jakubowski, Contributing Journalist Last Modified: 03:04 a.m. EST, 13 June 2015 OSLO, Norway – Earlier this week, it was widely reported that the first all-female delegation of Afghan women led by Parliamentarians Shukria Barakzai and Fawzia Koofi, met with Taliban representatives in Oslo, Norway to discuss women’s rights, with a particular focus on […]

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