The sharpening struggle over Egypt's future Up until then, all of the leading figures of the Morsi government had been coming out with very aggressive statements--we're the majority, we won the elections, we'll show you ... who had too narrow a view of advancing the Brotherhood's interests, but ... 12/11/2012 - 6:21 pm | View Link
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BRUSSELS — Effective immediately, leaders of the European Union face one pressing, daunting challenge: how to keep the vision of a united continent from unraveling further, or even self-destructing, after the British people voted to quit.
The damning verdict of British voters was the worst setback to the EU since the germ of a more integrated Europe first took shape in the ruins left by World War II.
 it threatened to be wildly contagious — before the ballots were all tallied, populist leaders in some of the EU’s founding nations were already clamoring for a vote on EU membership in their own countries.
With Britain’s departure, the 28-nation EU will have to do without the fifth economy in the world, Western Europe’s No.
Israel’s army says troops shot and killed a Palestinian woman after she purposely rammed her vehicle into an Israeli car, injuring two people in the West Bank.
Friday’s incident is the latest in nine months of dozens of Palestinian attacks, including stabbings, shootings and assaults using cars.
German authorities say a masked man who was shot dead after taking hostages in movie theater was armed only with a harmless replica rifle, a pistol and dummy grenades.
Russian lawmakers adopted a set of measures Friday that proponents said were aimed at combatting terrorism but human rights activists condemned as an assault on freedoms of speech, privacy and conscience.
The measures, passed by the State Duma, Russia’s lower house of parliament, introduced a prison sentence of up to one year for failure to report a terrorist act or armed mutiny in the planning stages.
The lawmakers also forced cellular and Internet providers to store all communications data for six months and to help security services decipher all messaging applications.
Attaullah Khogyani, spokesman for the Nangarhar provincial governor, said two policemen and seven civilians were also wounded in Friday’s violence in Kot district, where the militants attacked several checkpoints and burned down 25 houses in the district.
Terror trial: A Danish court has sentenced a 24-year-old pizzeria owner to seven years in jail after he was found guilty of joining Islamic State militants in Syria, where he claimed he worked as a cook.
A top U. S. diplomat is calling his visit to Venezuela productive and says he hopes international players will be able to facilitate dialogue between the country’s socialist government and its opposition.
Great Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has sent shock waves around the world. Early polls had indicated that the camp pushing to remain in the EU would likely succeed, even by a small margin. But in what was the highest turnout for a British-wide vote since the general election of
For decades, financial and political leaders have preached the inevitability of globalization, promising nations that by sacrificing some of their sovereignty and dropping national barriers they could reap far greater rewards through economic integration and cooperation. And that turned out to
It was still morning when Ismail Taha and his family fled their neighborhood in Fallouja on foot and reached a dirt road on the northwestern tip of the city. That was when the bomb exploded. The blast killed his wife and three daughters. Taha was left blind with shrapnel wounds where his eyes used