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Tahrir Square, Road to Embassy Cleared After Days of Protests

Police arrested protesters in Tahrir Square and the roads leading to the U.S. Embassy early Saturday morning after days of protests over a video depicting the Muslim prophet Mohammed as ruthless and a womanizer. Eyewitnesses claim that people were beaten… Continue Reading →

China Train Disaster Sparks Anger over Alleged Cover-up

At least 38 people died while more than 200 were injured when two bullet trains collided in Zhejiang province on Sunday. Local television reported that the first train had been forced to stop after losing power due to a lightning… Continue Reading →

Asian Currencies Edge-up Strong

Most of the Asian currencies have edged back up again after months of being in a slump compared to the greenback currencies which according to healthy US jobs report have lowered cautiousness in the US economic recovery. Economists’ estimations of the… Continue Reading →

AJC Criticizes UN General Secretary for Planned Visit to Iran

New York, U.S.A. — The American Jewish Committee (AJC) is deeply disappointed with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s decision, announced on August 22, to attend the Non-Alignment Movement summit in Iran. “Tehran is not the place for the UN Secretary… Continue Reading →

South Korea Elects First Female President

Park Geun-hye has been elected as South Korea′s 18th President on December 19. Park is the first-ever female president in the nation. Park garnered roughly 15.77 million votes, or 51.6 percent of ballots cast. She triumphed by a margin of 1.1 million votes over the main… Continue Reading →

Assange Interviews Recently Arrested Arab Spring Revolutionaries

Moscow, Russia – Two Arab Spring revolutionaries, Nabeel Rajab and Alaa Abd al-Fattah explain why the reform movements stalled in Bahrain and have destabilized in Egypt on the May 8th episode of “The World Tomorrow” on RT. Nabeel Rajab is the leading human rights activist from Bahrain and the founder of… Continue Reading →

Animals in Korea Suffer from Animal Hoarders

About two years ago a report by SBS, one of Korea′s top broadcasters, about a woman who went by the name of Jeon, shocked the nation. The house of 50-year-old Jeon reminded people of a dumping ground. About 50 dogs were cramped… Continue Reading →

Japan Makes Arrest in Relation to a 1995 Cult Attack

Japan has announced that Naoko Kikuchi has been arrested. Kikuchi, a forty year old woman, was wanted for being involved in the 1995 cult attack on a Tokyo subway. The attack killed thirteen and injured more than six thousand. Kikuchi… Continue Reading →

AllFacebook Marketing Conference to be Held in London

London, U.K. €“ On September 3, 2012, Rising Media and WebMediaBrands announced details surrounding the launch of AllFacebook Marketing Conference in London, for November 19, 2012. AllFacebook Marketing Conference is a full-day event for marketers, entrepreneurs, and media professionals who are interested in leveraging… Continue Reading →

Michelle Obama’s Youth Trip to Africa Raises Criticism

Home » World News » Africa » Michelle Obama’s Youth Trip to Africa Raises Criticism   Share| For one week in late June, first lady Michelle Obama visited South Africa. This trip highlights the value of South Africa′s partner with… Continue Reading →

How Twitter Changed Egypt €“ And No More

Andreas Kaplan and Michael Heinlein define social media as “a group of Internet-based applications that build on the ideological and technological foundations of Web 2.0, and that allows the creation and exchange of user-generated content. According to Kaplan and Haenlein… Continue Reading →

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