Luckily, I saw it in the U.S.
Luckily, you can see it here.
Hamas may be turning away from violence
Hamas may be turning away from violence.
From "Black Day" in South Korea to South Carolina's "Secession Day."
Syria's Palestinian refugees thought Egypt would be safe. Now they want to get to Europe.
On Friday, 50 Syrian and Palestinian refugees detained in the Montaza II police station in Alexandria, Egypt began a hunger strike. Men, women, and even some children are participating.The UN High Commissioner for Refugees confirmed that they refused food Friday morning, and said that it is in touch with the police and the refugees, trying to convince them to eat.
The blockbuster nuclear deal reached early Sunday morning in Geneva between Iran and the U.S.-led coalition is both less and more consequential than early reports suggest. And there is a good chance that its real value—whether it prevents Iran’s nuclear ambitions or inadvertently opens the door to an Iranian bomb—may not be known until President Barack Obama turns into the home stretch for his second term, after the 2014 midterms.
Honduras has a gun problem, but its presidential candidates won't discuss it
It's election season in the murder capital of the world. And presidential candidates won't even discuss guns.
“Therefore we hope that ... the maximum penalty will be applied, death by hanging, in the hope that this judgment will be carried out on the walls of the Itahadeya presidential palace in the same place that al-Husseini Abu Deif was martyred.”
My day in the world's biggest building—a Chinese mall you've never heard of
The slogan of the New Century Global Center, the recently completed largest building in the world by floor space, sounds at first like a Chinglish-y misfire: “The One of Everything.” But as I spent a day wandering around the structure, located in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province, the catchphrase started to take on a kind of brilliance.
She loved America more than any other European leader. So why did the NSA target her?
Angela Merkel loved America from pretty much the day she was born. The NSA may have ended that.