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Is Hezbollah Going Broke?
Plummeting oil prices mean major cutbacks for Iran’s most powerful proxy.
Anti-Kremlin Activist Navalny Detained By Police After Criticising Putin on Live Radio
He later wrote a blog post saying that the policemen had driven him home.
Charlie Hebdo and the War Within Global Jihad
Al-Qaeda and ISIS are at each other’s throats.
UK Green Party Overtakes Ukip to Become 5th Largest Party
The party’s surge has added weight to their call to be included in election debates.
‘I Am Marxist’ Says Dalai Lama
The spiritual leader made the announcement during a speech at a university in India.
What We Know About Al-Qaeda in Yemen
The group that claimed responsibility for the Charlie Hebdo attack have gained a foothold in a key Middle East battleground.
Turkish PM Equates Israel's Netanyahu to Paris Attackers
Turkish leaders have condemned the Paris attacks but have also warned that rising European Islamophobia risks inflaming unrest.
Cameron to Lobby Obama on Last UK Resident Held in Guantanamo
The trip to Washington will be Cameron's last before the general elections in May.
British Hospital Testing Patient for Ebola
“Ebola is considered unlikely, … testing is being done as a precaution.”
Disneyland Measles Outbreak Spreads to Four States
A rash of measles cases in Colorado, Utah and Washington State and California have been traced back to the popular theme park.
Double Take: Where Have All the Women Gone?
The decision by an ultra-Orthodox Jewish paper to edit women out of a photo of a march for the Charlie Hebdo attack victims has sparked criticism.
Most of Jordan's Syrian Refugees in Living Poverty: UN
Winter storms are making life worse for the country’s 620,000 registered refugees.
Four Men Arrested for Chanting ‘Death to Cops, Death to Charlie Hebdo’ at Kosher Supermarket
Nearly 70 people have been arrested on charges of ‘glorifying terrorism’ since the Paris attacks.
Public Figures React to Charlie Hebdo's Muhammed Cover
The edition sold out of French shops within minutes this morning, but not all agree it should have been published.
Europeans Reject ‘Undemocratic’ TTIP Clause, Consultation Finds
The findings of a public consultation over TTIP, show 'wide-spread opposition' to the controversial ISDS clause.
ISIS Threat: Why Aren’t the Arab Nations Stepping Up?
Offers to help destroy the jihadist terrorist group amount to little or nothing.
Stav Shaffir: My Fight Against Corruption in Israel
An interview with a rising star of Israeli politics.
“You Are Not to Tell…”
A former FBI agent is determined to find out why the CIA refused to share information that may have stopped 9/11.
The Syrian Satirist Making Graffiti in Solidarity With Charlie Hebdo
Tarek Alghorani spent seven years in jail for mocking Assad’s regime. Now living in Tunisia, his new target is ISIS.
Controversial French Comedian Arrested After Charlie Hebdo Gag
Dieudonne M'bala M'bala, who potentially faces charges of glorifying terrorism, has already faced accusations of anti-Semitism.
Women’s Privacy ‘Violated’ at Yarls Wood Detention Centre
A majority of women said they were seen by male staff in intimate situations including when naked.
French Rush to Buy New Charlie Hebdo Edition After Attacks
Up to three million copies of "the survivors edition" have been printed, dwarfing the usual run of 60,000.
UK's Cameron Under Pressure to Appear In Pre-Election TV Debates
Cameron has said he will boycott the election debates unless the Green party is also included.
Most British Jews Feel They Have No Future in Europe: Poll
British Jews look to emigration as fears of anti-Semitism grow.
Fighting Escalates in Ukraine With Attacks on Bus, Donetsk Airport
As fighting around Donetsk's airport intensified, a passenger bus came under heavy fire in eastern Ukraine Tuesday, killing at least 11 people.
U.S. To Target North Korea's Finances
The U.S. aims to use new sanctions to cut off the country's remaining links to the international financial system.
Boko Haram Steps Up Attacks in Nigeria Ahead of Election
In the latest in a series of deadly attacks, a suicide bomber blew himself up outside a mosque in the Nigerian city of Gombe, killing at least two other people.
Photos: German Anti-Islamisation Rally Draws Thousands
Anti-Islam group Pegida has been holding weekly rallies since October.
Cuban Dissidents Out of Prison, But Still Not Free
About one-third of the 38 people released last week are subject to "conditional release."