Topic: Al Jazeera
The US is pledging to help Nigeria identify those responsible for a series of attacks that left at least 40 people dead on Christmas day.
12/26/2011 09:37 am
According to state-run media in Syria, two car bombs went off in Damascus today. The government is blaming 'armed terrorists.'
12/23/2011 09:13 am
Palestinians originally hoped that Marwan Barghouti, compared by some to former South African prisoner-turned-president Nelson Mandela, would be included in a prisoner swap finalized today.
12/18/2011 04:00 pm
This weekend's renewed violence in Egypt, including the documented use of live ammunition against unarmed protesters, has further eroded confidence in the ruling military council.
12/18/2011 02:07 pm
At the official flag-furling ceremony in Baghdad to end the war in Iraq, Secretary Panetta spoke highly of US soldiers' sacrifice. But both Iraqis and Americans appear happy for it to be over.
12/15/2011 08:56 am
Voice of America (VOA), the jewel in America's public diplomacy effort abroad, is set to be streamlined. Some programs can be downsized. But VOA is in the national interest, especially as Russia, China, and Iran expand state-supported media. Cuts should be handled with care.
12/12/2011 10:39 am
Syria protesters have organized a 'desperate' last act of civil disobedience to try to stop the Assad regime's nine-month crackdown.
12/12/2011 08:25 am
Citizens of Panama have mixed feelings on the return of Manuel Noriega, a dictator deposed and imprisoned by the United States.
12/11/2011 08:50 am
Israel-Gaza violence has flared up again, with Israel killing two militants suspected of plotting attacks along the Israel-Egypt border.
12/09/2011 09:02 am
Syria 'responded positively' to an Arab plan to allow outside monitors, but the killing of more than 60 people in Homs over the past 24 hours raises doubts about the regime's sincerity.
12/06/2011 09:27 am