Israeli Prime minister Netanyahu begins a campaign to have the report, alleging Israeli war crimes in the Gaza strip, be rescinded
In response to protests, Tunisian Prime Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi resigned on Sunday
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We decided to compare Sarah Palin’s wilderness candids with Putin’s to see how they match up. There can’t be too much of a difference, right?
Hollywood activists like Portia de Rossi are detached from the consequences of their political stances.
Russia’s tough-guy prime minister Vladimir Putin called Hollywood heart-throb Leonardo DiCaprio a real man after the actor’s plane had to make make an emergency landing on the way to a summit on tigers
Now’s not the right time for Israel to negotiate with the Palestinians.
US continues aid to PLO - Washington Times
U.S. will give Palestinians extra $150 million in aid
The organization decided that Rachel’s Tomb and the Cave of the Patriarchs — both of which are ancient Jewish holy places — should be removed from Israel’s list of national sites
After viewing Putin’s bizarre PR photo shoot, we started wondering what one of our own leaders would look if he did something similar
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The nation’s largest government insurance provider has opted to stop paying for special footwear for diabetic patients
Pope drama continues, six men arrested - Reuters
Anti-terrorism police, on high alert during a visit by Pope Benedict to the British capital, arrested six men on Friday on suspicion of preparing an attack
Israelis, Palestinians already broaching tough topics in talks, envoy says
Japan acts to weaken Yen - NYT
The move is a bid to protect its export-led economy, intervening in international currency markets for the first time since 2004
War of Necessity - Politico
Tony Blair defends decision to invade Iraq
Tony Blair today lays the blame for Labour’s election ‘disaster’ with Gordon Brown and reveals he dealt with the’maddening’ pressure from his former chancellor to step aside by drinking to excess
Ichiro Ozawa describes Americans as ‘simple minded’ and goes on to say, ‘I don’t like British people’