Tuesday, April 17, 2012


Ahmadinejad: Strike on Iran will cause enemy's destruction Iran's armed forces will make its enemies regret any act of aggression against the Islamic Republic, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned on Tuesday.

Palestinian delegation delivers peace talks demands to Netanyahu Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu received a letter from Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday, detailing the PA's demands regarding the resumption of Middle East peace talks.

Ban: Syria truce holding; need more peacekeepers Unrelenting bloodshed in Syria complicated preparations by a team of UN observers on Tuesday to monitor a truce.

Barak: Talks DonĂ¢€™t Give Iran Immunity from Strike Israel has not given the U.S. a commitment to hold off from striking Iran.

Palestinian Authority Hunger Strike Latest PR Ploy Palestinian Authority residents joined terrorists and security prisoners Tuesday in an open-ended hunger strike.

Shuttle Discovery retires with Washington flypast Discovery flew over the monuments along the National Mall in Washington DC at about 10:00 EST.

War Game: Israeli Air Strike Deals Severe Blow to Iran Nukes In a simulation war game featuring Israelis in senior positions, Israel loses 10 fighter jets in a strike on Iran's nuclear facilities.

Fiscal treaty - taking the EU in the wrong direction As an Irish legislator and citizen I keep asking myself, would it not be absurd if Irish voters were to vote in the 31 May Fiscal Compact Referendum in favour of imposing austerity rules.

Top Islamists, Suleiman out of Egypt vote Ten Egyptian presidential candidates, including Hosni Mubarak's spy chief, a Muslim Brotherhood leader and an Islamist preacher, lost appeals.

EU Ambassador: Israel 'Occupying' Hevron The European Union continues to regard Israel's presence in the Jewish people's ancestral homeland as "occupation."