Syrian leader disparages foes in rare TV interview BEIRUT — President Bashar Assad of Syria said in an interview broadcast Wednesday that he faced no real domestic opposition in the 15-month-old uprising against him, the violence in his country is entirely the work of foreign-backed terrorists, and the ... 05/16/2012 - 5:10 pm | View Link
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A terracotta head added to a vandalized statue of baby Jesus in Canada has sparked ridicule, with some likening the replacement to Maggie Simpson.
A white stone statue of Mary and baby Jesus outside Ste. Anne des Pins Catholic church in Sudbury, northern Ontario, has been the victim of vandals for close to a decade.
The good news is that Africa has people who want to work. In fact, according to the International Monetary Fund, by 2035 the number of people reaching working age in Africa will exceed the number in the rest of the world combined. But Africa is not where the jobs are.
The long-awaited attack on the ISIS-held city of Mosul brings together a motley coalition of Iraqi military forces numbering roughly 80,000. The attack force reflects both Iraq's diversity and its divisions. Here's a rundown of the major players.
It’s been nearly a year since Mauricio Macri became President of Argentina, having led a coalition known as Cambiemos (Let’s change). This is a country with promise that has long been plagued by a weak economy, a history of default, isolation from international credit markets and contentious, backward-looking populist politics.