Articles By Staff Reporter

India Blackout: Bengal Miners Freed, Delhi Airport Running Smoothly

The trapped miners are receiving food and water.

Prince Bandar Bin Sultan: Is The Saudi Spy Chief Dead Or Alive?

Neither Saudi nor Syrian sources have confirmed the alleged assassination.

Mali: Adulterous Couple Stoned To Death By Islamic Militants

The couple were buried up to their necks and pelted with stones.

Is Kim's Uncle The Real Power In North Korea?

Jang Song-taek, married to the sister of deceased leader and Eternal Chairman Kim Jong-il, has climbed the secretive inner circle and now has the ear of the country's new, young leader.

20,000 Refugees Flee Ethiopia Clashes

The Ethiopian government says that the dispute between the Borana and Garri tribes is now under control and refugees were scheduled to start returning home on Monday.

Iran Sentences Four To Death For Bank Fraud

A total of 39 suspects underwent a trial that lasted nearly six months before the verdict was announced.

Syria’s Top Envoy In Britain Quits

Khaled al-Ayoubi has told us that he is no longer willing to represent a regime that has committed such violent and oppressive acts against its own people.

Rwanda Losing Western Favor On Suspicions Of Congo Rebel Aid

Rwanda has denied that they are helping the Congolese rebels.

Syria Boosts Trade With Iran As Sanctions Bite

A group of Syrian government officials visited Tehran, one of Damascus’ few remaining allies, to approve the deals.

Turkey Closes Border With Syria, Except For Refugees.

Tens of thousands of Syrians have fled into Turkey since the start of the 16-month long uprising -- 300 refugees crossed the border on Tuesday night -- but Syrian rebels seized two border check points last week, burning a number of Turkish trucks.