Majid wants to show me a negligee.
For Anwar Ibrahim, redemption must be feeling pretty sweet. On Aug
The outcome of Malaysia’s general election on Saturday was expected to be the usual landslide for the country’s ruling political bloc.
Residents of Yemen’s capital Sana’a awoke on Tuesday to a dawn chorus of bird song and machine-gun fire. An uneasy truce between rebel tribesmen and loyalist troops had prevailed over the weekend
Yemen’s revolution has been a slow-burning one.
Massive crowds were gathered in Yemen’s capital, Sana’a, when word broke that Osama bin Laden had been killed by U.S. forces in Pakistan.
On Tuesday, when Yemen’s opposition coalition, the Joint Meeting Parties , agreed to a weekend initiative that offered immunity to President Ali Abdullah Saleh in exchange for his resignation in 30 days, street protesters throughout the country were enraged. The way the mostly young activists of the demonstrations saw it, their grassroots movement was being usurped and their voices drowned out
A man buried Sunday morning south of Amman was the first casualty in Jordan’s three-month-old antigovernment protests. Officials say Khairy Jamil Saad, 55, died of a heart attack.
Calm and composed in a sharp suit and dark sunglasses, Yemen’s embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh took to the podium on Friday and before a massive crowd announced that he was ready to transfer power but only to the right people. And yet, while that may have sounded cynical to most of his opponents, Saleh also chose to address the heart of the popular movement against him, directly speaking to the young activists who had begun the calls for the collapse of his regime in January
Yemen’s President, Ali Abdullah Saleh, flew into the Gulf of Aden on Nov. 7 to celebrate the first exports of liquefied natural gas from a sprawling $4.5 billion plant the biggest ever investment in his otherwise impoverished desert country