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By On 26 Jul, 2011 At 04:57 AM | Categorized As World News | With 0 Comments

ORLANDO, Fla. — Jesse Jackson is in central Florida urging federal officials to block Florida’s new elections bill.

By On 26 Jul, 2011 At 04:41 AM | Categorized As Featured, World News | With 0 Comments

Somalia – The UN will airlift emergency rations this week to parts of drought-ravaged Somalia that militants banned it from more than two years ago – a crisis intervention to keep hungry refugees from dying along what an official called the “roads of death.

By On 26 Jul, 2011 At 04:48 AM | Categorized As World News | With 0 Comments

A 50-year-old man who was presumed dead has woken up in a rural village mortuary over the weekend, screaming to be let out.

By On 24 Jul, 2011 At 04:23 PM | Categorized As Featured, World News | With 0 Comments

Government fires three top railway officials, as rescue efforts continue in bid to find victims of high-speed crash.

By On 24 Jul, 2011 At 10:23 AM | Categorized As Featured, World News | With 0 Comments

BEIJING — A train accident in eastern China over the weekend has added to a national sense that safety is taking a back seat to the country’s spectacular infrastructure development

By On 19 Jul, 2011 At 10:01 AM | Categorized As Featured, World News | With 0 Comments

Nelson Mandela is a symbol of the human struggle for justice and equality. In celebration of his 93rd birthday on Monday, you may be asking yourself how best to honor him.

By On 18 Jul, 2011 At 02:22 PM | Categorized As World News | With 0 Comments

Former President Nelson Mandela spent his 93rd birthday with friends and relatives in his rural hometown Monday, as South Africans paid tribute to the anti-apartheid icon through song and community service projects.

By On 15 Jul, 2011 At 03:20 AM | Categorized As Featured, World News | With 0 Comments

Thousands of residents evacuated from slopes of Mount Lokon in Sulawesi province

By On 15 Jul, 2011 At 02:48 AM | Categorized As Featured, World News | With 0 Comments

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — A suicide bomber detonated explosives hidden under his turban on Thursday after entering a mosque here where hundreds of people had gathered to pay respects to President Hamid Karzai’s half brother, who was assassinated on Tuesday.

By On 13 Jul, 2011 At 05:56 AM | Categorized As World News | With 0 Comments

Libyan rebel forces seeking to oust Muammar Qaddafi have looted shops, homes and medical facilities in some of the towns they seized in the country’s western mountains, Human Rights Watch said Wednesday.

By On 13 Jul, 2011 At 05:20 AM | Categorized As Featured, World News | With 0 Comments

Syrian Vice President Farouk Shara rebukes U.S. for saying that Bashar Assad had ‘lost legitimacy’ to remain in power.