Saturday, February 22, 2014


Ukraine crisis: Opposition asserts authority in Kiev Ukraine's opposition has asserted its authority over Kiev and parliament in a day of fast-paced events.

Ukrainian president compares situation in Kiev to Nazi Germany Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych fled his palace under gunfire on Saturday.

In high-stakes round, Iran talks will take place in the dark Negotiations amongst world powers and Iran over its nuclear program, now at a key stage geared toward achieving a comprehensive diplomatic solution to the crisis, will be kept largely private.

Obama Advisor: No Chance Iran Nuke Deal Will Work The man who was until just recently US President Barack Obama's top advisor on the Iran nuclear crisis says there is little-to-no chance that Western diplomatic efforts will actually prevent the Islamic Republic from attaining atomic weapons.

Jerusalem rabbis petition Knesset to increase Jewish sovereignty over Temple Mount A group of rabbis and yeshiva heads submitted a petition to the Knesset demanding legislation to increase Jewish sovereignty on the Temple Mount.

Searching for Sodom Sodom, the infamous Old Testament city destroyed in a hail of fire and brimstone, has been found.

Pope Francis appoints 19 new cardinals in Rome ceremony Pope Francis has appointed 19 new cardinals at a ceremony in Rome - the first such appointments of his papacy.

Muhammad's birthplace to be razed Bulldozers are set to demolish a building in Mecca situated right above the site believed by scholars to be the birthplace of Islam's Prophet Muhammad.

Kerry's framework unacceptable to Abbas, says official Ideas proposed by US Secretary of State John Kerry to Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas cannot "serve as the basis for a framework accord" with Israel.

Al-Aqsa is a 'Red Line', Warns Sheikh Sheikh Ikrima Sabri, the Imam of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, warned Israel on Friday against "harming" the mosque.