"We assess that this measure will be applicable to some 60,000 citizens," Deputy Prime Minister Milanka Opacic was quoted as saying.
By Rick Noack |
In 2008, Imad Mughniyah, Hezbollah's international operations chief, was killed when a bomb planted in an SUV in Damascus was detonated as he walked by. Although Israel's intelligence organization was believed to be behind the attack, The Washington Post has revealed that the bombing, which killed Mughniyah instantly, was a joint CIA-Mossad operation. [Read the […]
Asylum seekers are asked to live where thousands suffered and died under the Nazi regime.
By Rick Noack |
50 years after his passing, Winston Churchill is still regarded as one of the greatest Britons ever
The picture of the Miami Herald's Jim Wyss shows how happy he was to return to the U.S. after being detained.
Majid Majidi's "Muhammad" is the most expensive Iranian film ever made
“If the results actually reveal that we have committed a crime, if we have a price to pay, then as Turkey we would assess it and take the required steps,” he said Thursday.
A small Hindu fringe group in India has been attracting attention around the world because of its plans to erect a bust in honor of Nathuram Godse.
By Rama Lakshmi |
The Israeli prime minister's planned speech in Washington is drawing critics from all over.
This week, France decided to reject the naming of a baby after a popular spread while Chinese cops were arrested after getting caught eating an endangered animal.
By Foreign Staff