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File - A man walks past a burnt out building following an attacked by Boko Haram in Bama, Nigeria, Thursday, Feb, 20. 2013. The latest attack by suspected Islamic extremists in Nigeria's northeast has left 115 people dead.
Human Rights   Mideast Peace   Photos   Radical Islam   Wikipedia: Islamic fundamentalism  
 The Guardian 
Tony Blair: west must take sides against growing threat of radical Islam
In keynote speech on Middle East, former PM blames Islamic extremism for failures of western intervention in region | Tony Blair: 'What is absolutely necessary is that we first liberate ourselves from... (photo: AP / Jossy Ola)
File - This image made from video distributed by the Zintan Media Center shows Seif al-Islam Gadhafi, center, inside a defendant's cage in a courtroom in Zintan, Libya, Thursday, May 2, 2013.
Human Rights   ICC   Libya Conflict   Photos   Wikipedia: Saif al-Islam Gaddafi  
 Al Jazeera 
Libya and the ICC: Courting chaos and confusion
The current jurisdictional stalemate concerning the on-going criminal proceedings against Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and his younger brother, Saadi, has once again called into question the authority of the... (photo: AP / Zintan Media Center)
President Barack Obama talks with Vice President Joe Biden before boarding Air Force One at Pittsburgh International Airport prior to departure from Pittsburgh, Pa., April 16, 2014.  BBC News 
Ukraine crisis: Biden to meet Kiev leaders in show of support
US Vice-President Joe Biden is to meet Ukraine's new leaders in a show of support for the pro-Western government. | Mr Biden is due to discuss the upcoming elections with the country's inter... (photo: White House / Pete Souza)
Crimea Referendum   Photos   Russia US Relations   Ukraine Crisis   Wikipedia: 2014 Ukrainian revolution  
An unidentified relative, left, hugs Win Tin, 78, political prisoner at his friend's house following his release in Yangon, Myanmar, Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2008. Myanmar's longest-serving political prisoner, journalist Win Tin, was freed Tuesday after 19 years behind bars and vowed to continue his struggle to achieve democracy in the military-ruled country  Dayton Daily News 
Anti-junta Myanmar journalist Win Tin dies at 85
Win Tin, a prominent journalist who became Myanmar's longest-serving political prisoner after challenging military rule by co-founding the National League for Democracy, died Monday, He was 85. | He h... (photo: AP)
Burmese military junta   Myanmar   Photos   Wikipedia: Win Tin   Win Tin  
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Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah speaks during an interview with The Associated Press at his residence in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, April 20, 2014. The Guardian
Abdullah Abdullah stretches lead as Afghan election count continues
Votes from more than 1,000 polling centres have been quarantined for checks over fraud complaints | An election commission worker unloads ballot boxes in Herat province. ... (photo: AP / Massoud Hossaini)
Abdullah Abdullah   Afghanistan   Election   Photos   Wikipedia: Abdullah Abdullah  
Local residents inspect burnt out cars after a night fight at the check point which was under the control of pro-Russian activists in the village of Bulbasika near Slovyansk, Ukraine, Sunday, April 20, 2014. BBC News
Ukraine unrest: Russian outrage at fatal Sloviansk shooting
Russia's foreign ministry has expressed outrage at a fatal shooting incident in eastern Ukraine which it blamed on Ukrainian nationalists. | Russian state media repo... (photo: AP / Efrem Lukatsky)
EU   Photos   Russia US Relations   Ukraine Crisis   Wikipedia: 2014 Ukrainian revolution  
File - President Barack Obama and members of the American delegation, including National Security Advisor General Jim Jones, Under Secretary for Political Affairs Bill Burns, and NSC Senior Director for Russian Affairs Mike McFaul, meet with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin at his dacha outside Moscow, Russia, July 7, 2009. The Times Of India
How the US made its Vladimir Putin problem worse
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK: In September 2001, as the US reeled from the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, Vladimir Putin supported Washington's immi... (photo: White House / Pete Souza)
Photos   US Foreign Policy   Ukraine Crisis   Vladimir Putin   Wikipedia: 2014 Ukrainian revolution  
The Chairperson, National Advisory Council, Smt. Sonia Gandhi - India- Politics Newstrack India
BJP is a threat to democracy, says Sonia
Tweet | Bhatgaon (Chhattisgarh), April 18 (IANS) Congress president Sonia Gandhi Friday said the BJP is crossing all limits in its bid to capture power and that it threat... (photo: PIB of India / Photo Division, Ministry of I & B Govt. of India)
Democracy   Elections   Photos   Politics   Wikipedia: Sonia Gandhi  
President Barack Obama discusses Ukraine during a meeting with members of his National Security Staff in the Oval Office, Feb. 28, 2014. Belfast Telegraph
Obama cautious over Ukraine deal
Barack Obama has conveyed scepticism about Russian promises to de-escalate a volatile situation in Ukraine, and said the United States and its allies are ready to impose ... (photo: White House / Pete Souza)
Moscow   Photos   Politics   Ukraine   Wikipedia: 2014 Ukrainian revolution  
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry holds a one-on-one discussion with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov before the two joined with Ukrainian and European Union officials for four-way talks about Ukraine in Geneva, Switzerland, on April 17, 2014. STL Today
Deal reached on calming Ukraine tension
GENEVA • Top diplomats from the United States, European Union, Russia and Ukraine reached agreement after marathon talks Thursday on immediate steps to ease the crisis ... (photo: US DoS)
EU   Photos   Russia US Relations   Ukraine Crisis   Wikipedia: 2014 Ukrainian revolution  
Palestinians, hoping to cross into Egypt, wait at the Rafah crossing between Egypt and the southern Gaza Strip on March 29, 2014. Egyptian authorities partially reopened Rafah border crossing, Gaza's main window to the world, on Saturday for three days after 50 days of closure. its Islamist rulers Hamas said. Photo by Ahmed Deeb / WN Al Jazeera
Israel and PLO swap blame for peace breakdown
-Ismat Mansour was only 16 years old when he was arrested and sentenced to 22 years in prison for complicity in killing an Israeli settler. | At the time, the first Intif... (photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb)
Human Rights   Israel Palestine Conflict   Mideast Peace   Photos   Wikipedia: IsraeliPalestinian peace process  
Supporters during a joint  election rally of J&K National Conference and Congress party in Baramulla North Kashmir, 55 kms From Srinagar, India, Wednesday 16 April, 2014. Times Union
India struggles with rebel threats during election
RAJNANDGAON, India (AP) — Indians cast ballots Thursday on the biggest day of voting in the country's weekslong general election, streaming into polling stations even i... (photo: WN / Imran Nissar)
Human Rights   India Election   Photos   Politics of India   Wikipedia: Indian general election, 2014  
Soldiers of the Ukrainian Army sit atop combat vehicles as they are blocked by people on their way to the town of Kramatorsk on Wednesday, April 16, 2014. BBC News
Ukraine crisis: Crunch talks due in Geneva
Russia, the United States, the European Union and Ukraine are due to meet in Geneva to try to reduce escalating tensions over eastern Ukraine. | Deep disagreement over th... (photo: AP / Manu Brabo)
Crimea Referendum   Photos   Ukraine Crisis   Vladimir Putin   Wikipedia: Crimean status referendum, 2014  
Politics & Politicians United Nations
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Anti-Yanukovych protesters march in Kiev's Independence Square, the epicenter of the country's current unrest, Ukraine, Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014.
Ukraine crisis: Kiev protesters 'not satisfied' with revolution
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- India wins elections to key United Nations bodies
- >Supreme Group Sponsors the 30th National Logistics Forum in
- Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj pledges future to Bel
- Kofi Annans Son In Scandal...
A worker rides a bike in front of the reactor building of the Bushehr nuclear power plant, just outside the southern city of Bushehr, Iran, Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010.
Iran cuts enriched uranium stockpile: report
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Elections Global Affairs
- Beauty tips for the election season
- Chile aims to end dictatorship-era election rules
- Oceanographer Ballard elected to American Academy
- Church suspends AAP candidate Jesuraj for contesting electio
Afghanistan Delays Election Results
Afghanistan Delays Election Results
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- Obama starts Asia tour with a message to China
- Obama starts Asia tour with a message to China
- Obama starts Asia tour with a message to China
- Obama starts Asia tour with a message to China
President Barack Obama,accompanied by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, right, and Education Secretary Arne Duncan, gestures while speaking at Miami Central Senior High School in Miami, Friday, March, 4, 2011.
Obama wants to train Libyan pilots, again
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Human Rights Policies Racism & Discrimination
- Tony Blair: west must take sides against growing threat of r
- Libya and the ICC: Courting chaos and confusion
- CIA Injected Altered States into U.S., Changing Its Humanne
- Ukraine unrest: Russian outrage at fatal Sloviansk shooting
File - A man walks past a burnt out building following an attacked by Boko Haram in Bama, Nigeria, Thursday, Feb, 20. 2013. The latest attack by suspected Islamic extremists in Nigeria's northeast has left 115 people dead.
Tony Blair: west must take sides against growing threat of radical Islam
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- Gallaudet diversity official's discrimination lawsuit ag
- At least the KKK's racism is overt, where I can see it:
- Criticism of Obama is not racism [Letter]
- Men win sex discrimination pay case against university
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Labor Affairs Terrorism
- Aust not in midst of budget crisis: Labor
- Platitudes not enough to resurrect Labor
- Bill adds labor history as a possible curriculum
- Bill Shorten under fire over proposals for Labor reform
Italian premier Matteo Renzi gestures prior to a confidence vote in the Chamber of Deputies, in Rome, Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014. The Senate voted 169-139 to confirm Renzi's broad coalition, which ranges from his center-left Democrats to center-right forces formerly loyal to ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi. Renzi needed at least 155 votes to clinch the victory, one of two mandatory confidence votes. The second vote, in the Chamber of Deputies, is expected later Tuesday. Renzi's coalition has a comfortable majority in the lower chamber.
Italy's Renzi wins confidence vote on temporary labor rule
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- Israeli air force strikes terror cell in Gaza
- 11 Popular Songs The CIA Used To Torture Terror Suspects
- Woman, 23, charged in terrorism hoax: Mounties
- Nigeria Attack Puts Terror Group On Map
File - A man walks past a burnt out building following an attacked by Boko Haram in Bama, Nigeria, Thursday, Feb, 20. 2013. The latest attack by suspected Islamic extremists in Nigeria's northeast has left 115 people dead.
Tony Blair: west must take sides against growing threat of radical Islam
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