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The official leadership has begun a new chapter of free concessions in a futile bet that the solution is coming from Trump's administration.

The costs of Israeli- Palestinian conflict pdf

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Trump's return to the previous administration's files, confirms the extension of the US track on the settlement.

The 66 anniversary of Nakba


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Indias population is expected to surpass Chinas in about seven years and Nigeria is projected to overtake the United States and become the third most populous country in the world shortly before 2050, a UN report said Wednesday

The pros and cons of privatizing US air traffic control

  • 2017-06-07
  • News Agencies
  • Reading : 39

The US air traffic control system, the worlds largest and most complex, is in the mid of an era of unsurpassed safety. There has not been a fatal crash of a domestic passenger airliner in the US in eight years.

German and Mexican artists staged a show on the border with the United States in protest at Washingtons plans to build a wall, thrilling hundreds but infuriating supporters of the controversial plan to stop the flow of illegal migrants

Turkey helps restore 16th-century Bosnian mosque

  • 2017-06-03
  • News Agencies
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A 16th-century Ottoman mosque in Bosnia which was damaged during the countrys 1992-1995 war was re-opened for prayers Friday.

Easternization Asias Rise and Americas Decline Book Review

  • 2017-05-30
  • Reviewed by Jim Miles
  • Reading : 44

While this book is not authored by a U.S. educated citizen, its arguments tend to have some of the same problems as the natural born authors have in arguing the case for a continued U.S. presence in world affairs. Rachman presents a reasonable effort in presenting his case for Easternization and this would be a good beginning work for those entering into discussions of global affairs. Rachmans perspective is broad, his writing engaging with many personal anecdotes. Considered with the many other writers on U.S. foreign affairs, he is not quite capable of connecting all the dots, even though his dots cover a strong range of issues.

How can you become one of the youngest women working as a deputy chief of staff for the president of the United States? How can you make it to the White House when you have no connections, and you have not even attended an Ivy League university?

Traditional dhow boat race retraces Gulf pearl route

  • 2017-05-15
  • News Agencies
  • Reading : 40

More than 120 traditional dhows retraced a centuries-old pearl diving route off the coast of the United Arab Emirates on Sunday for an annual boat race.

A Brief History of Masjids in China

  • 2017-05-11
  • News Agencies
  • Reading : 34

From the 8th century until the 15th century Islam spread rapidly amongst the Chinese by the actions of the Muslims who worked in various fields like commerce, agriculture and civil services. Kuang-taise Mosque in Kanton and the mosques in Chang-an, Ch'uanchou, Hang-chou and Yang-chou are the oldest mosques in China that reached until today.

Islam in Japan Before 1900

  • 2017-05-11
  • News Agencies
  • Reading : 28

As they both came under pressure from Western countries, they decided to establish friendly relations between them and consequently they started to exchange visits. The most important of these visits was the mission sent by Abdul Hamid II (reigned 1876-1909) to Japan on board Ertugrul ship which carried more than six hundred officers and soldiers led by admiral Uthman Pasha in 1890.

Banksy claims new Brexit wall art in UKs Dover

  • 2017-05-09
  • Reading : 39

Famed British street artist Banksy has claimed, in his own shadowy way, a new wall mural in Dover, the ferry port that connects England with Calais in France.