Clock Boy Leaving America To Live In Theocratic Authoritarian Slave State

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff
Ahmed Mohamed, the infamous 'Clock Boy' [Reuter]

Qatar is like Texas, family says. You know, if Texas had sharia and slavery.

'Clock Kid' Pals Around With Sudanese President Wanted For War Crimes

World | Derek Hunter
Left: Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir speaks to the crowd after a swearing-in ceremony at green square in Khartoum, June 2, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer Right: WFAA screenshot

Ahmed will spend the evening with President Obama on Monday

The U.K. Is Under Siege As Thousands Of Illegal Immigrants Try To Storm Tunnel From France

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff
Overcrowded train

Crushed to death as thousands attempt to board trains into UK

This Is The World's Most Fragile State

Daily Caller News Foundation | Erica Wenig
Members of the White Army, a South Sudanese anti-government militia, attend a rally in Nasir on April 14, 2014. Conflict in South Sudan has triggered a serious risk of famine that will kill up to 50,000 children within months if immediate action is not taken, the UN has warned. The African country has experienced high levels of malnutrition since it gained independence in 2011, UNICEF said, and conditions have worsened since ethnic conflict broke out between troops loyal to President Salva Kiir and supporters of his former deputy Riek Machar. AFP PHOTO / ZACHARIAS ABUBEKER (Photo credit should read ZACHARIAS ABUBEKER/AFP/Getty Images)

For the second year in a row

South Africa Fails To Arrest Sudan's Genocidal President

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ivan Plis
Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir speaks to the crowd after a swearing-in ceremony at green square in Khartoum

Sudan president has avoided capture for SIX YEARS

What really happened to Mariam Ibrahim at the Khartoum airport?

World | Hannah Bleau

Conflicting reports emerge

Christian Woman Sentenced To Death For Faith Will Be Released

World | Katie Frates
Sudanese Woman Sentenced To Death Will Be Released
Meriam Ibrahim refused to recant Christianity

Report: Tech made by US spy firm found in Iran, Syria and Sudan

Tech | Josh Peterson
Mideast Syria.JPEG

Company denies they broke American law

EXCLUSIVE: George Clooney speaks to TheDC in handcuffs [VIDEO] - TheDC

Entertainment | Nicholas Ballasy

‘I’m concerned with my father, making sure he’s okay right now’

Clooney pitches Obama on Sudan peace plan - TheDC

Entertainment | Neil Munro

Actor insists that peace talks are the answer and that he will not abandon the cause

South Sudan becomes world's newest nation - AP

World | Steven Nelson (admin)
South Sudan

Omar al-Bashir, Colin Powell, Ban Ki-moon and others attend independence celebrations

The US should promote freedom in the Arab world

Opinion | Fred Gedrich

America’s interests are best served by defending free states, promoting freedom, and supporting legitimate freedom movements.

The United States and China vie for influence in the Horn of Africa

Opinion | Robert O'Brien

East Africa is a national security and foreign policy hot spot for the US.

Obama quietly stepping up Africa outreach in 2011 - AP

Politics | admin

He will focus in Africa on good governance and supporting nations with strong democratic institutions

Sudan's leader willing to accept an independent South Sudan - AFP

World | Steven Nelson (admin)

Bashir said he would be ‘the first to recognise the south’ if it chooses secession in a free and fair vote on January 9

A fatwa on Liam Neeson

Opinion | Ken Blackwell

By comparing Mohammed to Aslan, the lion in The Chronicles of Narnia, Neeson may have gotten himself in trouble.

In less than one month, a new country - Bloomberg

World | Steven Nelson (admin)

As the January 9 referendum on independence for Southern Sudan nears, an aide to Sudan’s President publicly says efforts to maintain national unity have failed

Human rights v. reality in the Maghreb

Opinion | Elizabeth Blackney

Americans should be supporting Morocco, not Algeria, in the cold war between the two North African countries.

A death knell for terror trials in civilian courts?

Opinion | Miles Taylor

Yesterday’s verdict in the Ahmed Ghailani case is a blow to the Obama administration’s plans to try Guantanamo detainees in the US.

The liberal love affair with Islam

Opinion | John Gerardi

Liberals deride Christianity for being oppressive but defend Islam, which actually is oppressive.