Europe should convert to Islam: Gaddafi
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Europe should convert to Islam: Gaddafi

ROME: Libyan leader Moamer Gaddafi’s visit to Rome to mark the second anniversary of a…

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The great chess game of the Middle East
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The great chess game of the Middle East

Nerves are frayed to the point of breaking over the Middle East escalation. One can…

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Iran debates talks with Uncle Sam
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Iran debates talks with Uncle Sam

The friendship of Iran is much better than its hostility.” Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad Iran’s…

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Australia’s Gillard warns of political gridlock
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Australia’s Gillard warns of political gridlock

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard on Tuesday claimed her Labor Party was best placed to…

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Analysis: Bears bet time is running out for China to change
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Analysis: Bears bet time is running out for China to change

Three numbers should suffice to give Chinese economic policymakers a sleepless night: 65.4 million, $28.7…

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Beck, Palin urge patriotic values at D.C. rally
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Beck, Palin urge patriotic values at D.C. rally

Tens of thousands of Americans rallied in front of the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday to…

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Job fears grip voters, Obama ratings crumble
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Job fears grip voters, Obama ratings crumble

More Americans now disapprove of President Barack Obama than approve of him as high unemployment…

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Ground Zero Muslim center may get public financing
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Ground Zero Muslim center may get public financing

The Muslim center planned near the site of the World Trade Center attack could qualify…

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Paul Allen sues tech giants over ‘patent violations’
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Paul Allen sues tech giants over ‘patent violations’

The co-founder of Microsoft, Paul Allen, is suing several high-tech giants for infringing patents held…

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Protesters in Kashmir face stones, their own bitter pill
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Protesters in Kashmir face stones, their own bitter pill

SRINAGAR: Fed up with repeated strikes by separatists in Kashmir Valley, shopkeepers are up in…

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Police clueless in writer’s murder case
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Police clueless in writer’s murder case

NEW DELHI: A day after a septuagenarian writer was found murdered in his house at…

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“Need to counter communal politics”
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“Need to counter communal politics”

NEW DELHI: Shabnam Hashmi of Act Now for Harmony and Democracy (ANHAD) has expressed solidarity…

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Indonesia volcano erupts for first time in 400 years
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Indonesia volcano erupts for first time in 400 years

A volcano on the Indonesian island of Sumatra erupted for the first time in 400…

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Analysis: Will battle for Kandahar win the war?
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Analysis: Will battle for Kandahar win the war?

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — Since the war began, this southern city and surrounding countryside have been…

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The Misinformants
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The Misinformants

What ‘stealth jihad’ doesn’t mean. Here is the latest semantic assault from the party that…

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