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The Palestinians also condemned the announcement, saying it illustrated why they plan to approach the United Nations to seek non-member status at the General Assembly later this month.
Such a move is likely to be voted through easily, requiring only a simple majority in the 193-member General Assembly, where the Palestinians have widespread support
An equity fund with a civic-minded twist outperforms the rest of the market
Despite months of talks about how to get assistance into rebel-held areas of the two border states, where fighting began more than a year ago, the number of people affected by the war has continued to increase.
Growing number of violent incidents aimed at immigrants in Greece prompts embassy warnings
The Taliban dismissed the UN sanctions, as they did with the US move in September.
Many flights were to be cancelled or rescheduled as traffic controllers held a three-hour work stoppage.
The rebels have scored significant gains in recent weeks and hold swathes of territory in the north
The central message of Obama’s campaign has been that he saved America from a second Great Depression after the economy was on the brink of collapse when he took over from President George W. Bush in 2009.
Draft constitution subjugates judiciary to whims of parliament
Cause of the spills still unknown
Nation Without Torture campaign commemorates Atta’s death
Case politically motivated says defence lawyer
Sadat accuses president of meddling
Minister of Finance Momtaz Al-Saeed, has ordered the formation of two committees, legal and technical, to review contracts with an American company providing X-ray scanning equipment to the Egyptian Custom Authority. He has also requested an expedited submission of reports assessing the functionality, or lack thereof, of such devices. In 1998, the Ministry of Finance …
Egypt’s political instability pushes the UAE natural gas producer to default; restructuring talks underway
Africa will not reach the majority of the millennium development goals set for 2015
Security situation volatile in upper Egyptian town
Israel has watched warily as the Brotherhood has gained increasing power in post-uprising Egypt, fearing for the future of the crucial, if cold, peace treaty between the two states
North Sinai police chief sacked, protesters still surrounding governorate building
Journalists furious with abrupt conclusion
Panels dispatched to embassies around the world to contact draft dodgers
The Beirut stop was a last-minute decision taken by Hollande to express France’s solidarity with Lebanon
Israel refused all comment on Khartoum’s allegations about the blast
The Observatory says more than 36,000 people have died since the uprising against Assad’s rule broke out in March 2011
The campaigns have already assembled an army of lawyers prepared to fight it out if any of those scenarios play out
The Russian president has been facing a nascent protest movement against his rule since an election that returned him to the Kremlin for a third term in May
The Palestinians have always demanded that the Jewish state recognise their right of return to homes in modern-day Israel in keeping with UN General Assembly Resolution 194
Opposition leaders insist they have no desire to undermine the Al-Sabah ruling family and on Friday pledged their loyalty to the emir while renewing their demand for the new electoral law to be repealed.
Bishop Tawadros, a trained pharmacist who headed a medicine factory, was chosen Sunday as the 118th Pope to lead Egypt’s Coptic Church on the same day he celebrated his 60th birthday.