“It’s not much of a future,” says Georgia Nikolopoulou, who’s 28 and has an advanced degree in marine biology.
The black-bearded, Oriental-eyed effigy ablaze before the U.S.
The echoes of the cries of joy could be heard throughout the Yemeni capital on Sunday morning.
Damascus, it seems, does not care for Barack Obama’s advice. In a much anticipated policy speech on Thursday, May 19, the U.S
As bright spring days gradually turn hot and muggy, the consensus in Damascus is that the protest movement has been badly burnt. The activist Facebook group Syrian Revolution 2011 put out an order for a general strike across Syria on Wednesday calling for “mass protests” and the closure of all schools, universities, shops and restaurants, “not even taxis.” But there was no apparent strike on Wednesday morning in central Damascus.
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.
Truong Van Tran is proud to be an American. So proud that the Vietnamese refugee, 37, chose to give his two children not the ancestral surname of Tran but a certifiably American one, that of the first President of the U.S.
The aftershocks of last week’s overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak continued to reverberate Monday, not only in Egypt but all the way across the Middle East to Iran.
At 6:30 p.m.