Tuesday, January 21, 2014


Egypt's Sisi to quit post in a few days to run for president Egypt's military chief, Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, plans to resign from his post in the coming days.

Syria: Al Qaeda Training Western Citizens for Terror Abroad Al-Qaeda has been using the influx of foreign nationals to Syria to train potential terrorists to begin cells abroad.

Russia's Sergei Lavrov: Ukraine getting 'out of control' Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has warned that protests in Ukraine are "getting out of control".

I Am Overwhelmed by 55 Million Babies Killed Since Roe v. Wade What can I say that hasn't already been said about today?

Syria accused of torture and 11,000 executions The investigators examined thousands of still images of dead prisoners, many reportedly smuggled out by a defector.

Islamic law takes hold in northern Syria: Singing, smoking and pictures banned A group linked to al-Qaida, emboldened by its recent victory over rival rebels in Syria, has imposed sweeping restrictions on personal freedoms.

Turkey PM Erdogan gives new push to EU membership bid EU politicians have voiced concern about the state of Turkey's democracy.

Iraq executes 26 men on 'terrorism' charges Iraq has executed 26 people convicted of "terrorism" offences, according to officials.

In first, Iranian warships en route to Atlantic Iran's navy has dispatched warships on a mission to the Atlantic Ocean for the first time in history.

Economist removes 'anti-Semitic cartoon' after criticism The Economist removed a controversial cartoon which observers blasted as anti-Semitic.