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Canada accuses Qatar of trying to buy UN agency
Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird accused Qatar of “offering a lot of money to bring this headquarters to Doha”, and said it should not be for sale...
Afghan president receiving CIA, MI6 money
Last Monday, President Hamed Karzai has admitted that the CIA had given the Afghan National Security Council cash over the past 10 year. ...
Al Sa’ud’s Plans for the Land of Ali Baba
Saudi Arabia`s plots in Syria and Iraq continue. In recent years, Saudi Arabia has become one of the main centers of plots and sedition in the Middle East...
Article on Al-Qaradawi’s call on US to intervene in Syria
Shaykh Yusuf al-Qaradawi has appealed to the United States to intervene in Syria to fight the forces of Al-Asad in order to save the Syrian people...
Somalia 2011 famine killed nearly 260,000 people
More than a quarter of a million people died in the famine in Somalia between October 2010 and April 2012...
Playing With Kurdish Card Against the Iraqi Government
Iraqi Kurdistan Region`s excessive demands, the Syrian crisis, and Turkey`s historic greed for northern Iraq have led Erdogan and his government to make the maximum use of the opportunity that has risen...
Muslim Brotherhood accused of duplicity
The MB`s goal is no longer a secret to anyone. It aims to establish an MB regime that cannot be reverted through the state institutions, just like Al-Khomeini did in Iran through the establishment of the Guide`s regime...
Charge Somalia’s Leaders in the Hague
It is not drought or nature that causes starvation on the Horn of Africa. War, conflict and irresponsible leaders are to blame for the suffering of hundreds of thousands of people forced to migrate and seek refuge for a chance to survive....
Yemenis will accept ideas heard from the pulpit
“The mosque can impact the ideology of people in Yemen. They accept ideas heard from the pulpit.”...
Commentary: A Fire That Will Burn the West
A source close to the ruling power in Doha says: "Any kind of military strike on Syria is possible only on the basis of the claim of this country`s use of chemical weapons...
Egyptian officials arrive “secretly, quietly” in Tehran
Egyptian president sent his adviser to Tehran -- and that, secretly and quietly, so much so that the report did not come from Egypt`s official sources, but from a security agent at Cairo Airport...
USA, Israel said "planning air, ground attack on Syria"
British source tells Al-Haqiqah that Washington, Tel Aviv, and Amman drew up a plan to attack Syria on two fronts...
Report: The Uranium Challenge In Niger
The president of Niger, Mahamadou Issoufou, said he would review Niger`s partnership with French company Areva that operates Niger`s uranium mines...
“I am not dying”, Zambian leader says
President Michael Sata says even if he dies today, opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema will not become president because he is a baby in politics....
Biyokulule Apologizes
Unidentified individuals hacked and defaced Biyokulule Online, as our readers find that it is unavailable on the Internet...
News-articles: Everybody takes a Washington lobbyist
Since much aid money has already been spent, donors will ask Villa Somalia: where are you getting from the lobbying money?...
Egypt’s Sinai seen as turning into “new Afghanistan”
In the view of some experts and specialists, Sinai and its mountains have turned into a new Afghanistan...
Article: The Brotherhood’s Man in London
The number two man of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood, says: If Assad stays, you will see Europe flooded with 15 million Syrian refugees....
Bahraini dialogue makes little progress
Report by Sayyed Abd-al-Kader: “Conflict Continues Around the Results of a Dialogue That Has Not Started yet!...
Saudi Prince Reportedly Criticizes Muslim Brotherhood
Mamduh Bin-Abd-al-Aziz, a son of the founding king of the modern Saudi state, described Hasan al-Banna and Sayyid Qutb as "inciters to sedition." ...
Chad Plays Politics Over Costly Mali Deployment
“Chad`s army has no ability to face the kind of guerrilla fighting that is emerging in northern Mali,” President Déby said. “Our soldiers are going to return to Chad. They have accomplished their mission.”...
Washington Is Not Ready to Dispatch Al-Asad
The United States almost does not want Al-Asad to be overthrown quickly. It wants to spread the process over time and, if possible, to strengthen the “secular and democratic” groups within the opposition over that time...
Africa unveils its first smartphone and tablet
Vérone Mankou, the 26-year old entrepreneur from the Republic of Congo, has designed Africa`s first smartphone and a tablet, the hand-held computer that comes with a touch screen...
Kenya pushes technology into overdrive
Kenyan authorities want to transform Nairobi`s Konza City into Africa`s technology hub, dubbed Silicon Savannah, similar to California`s Silicon Valley...
Is Federalism the only Remaining National Option?
Federalism was prompted as a result of power domination by Centralized National Government which restricted any sharing of power and resources to the regions on equitable manner...
Dissent in America
The collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War had the U.S. setting out to seek new enemies. Nationalism has grown in the U.S., but it opposes that sentiment elsewhere...
Article views Saudi regional policy, rivalry with Turkey, Qatar
Saudi diplomacy is the hardest diplomacy to decode. It has the stealth of a snake slithering through the sands of the desert...
Egyptian democracy’s last chance?
Unless Egypt overcomes its current political polarization and builds a broad consensus that includes ruling Islamists and the secular opposition, its problems will persist, jeopardizing the prospect of a democratic future...
Russian paper interviews Egyptian president
Exclusive interview specially for ITAR-TASS, Rossiya 24, and Rossiyskaya Gazeta with Muhammad Morsi by Mikhail Gusman; place and date not given: “Egypt Advocates an E-BRICS”...
Turkish Paper views Boston blasts, “hunt for Muslims, dark-skinned people”
Column by Ibrahim Karagul: “The Boston Attacks; White Racist Terrorism”...
More young Somalis elope (Qudbasiro)
Elopement once again is popular among young Somali couples, many of whom have dramatic stories of defying their families to follow their hearts and marry...
Zero Chances of Successful US Peace Talks With Taliban
Article states that there are not very bright chances of successful peace talks with the Taliban without participation of Pakistan...
President Idriss Deby Wants To Turn Chad Into Major Player
Is President of Chad Idriss Deby turning into the new strong man in Sahel-Saharan and central Africa?...
I have preached in the desert for far too long
“I was not born a soldier. I certainly joined the Air Force by calling, and it so happened that I saw action on the ground, by necessity, never by taste. The smell of gunpowder does not mean anything to me. What fascinates me is not weapons but development.”...
Iranian Moves To Control Bab al-Mandab
There are Iranian moves to control Bab al-Mandat Straits in the Red Sea through intervention in Yemen`s internal affairs...
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