A few hundred newsmen in the small Jerusalem courtroom, and millions of televiewers outside, last week stared at a man in a glass cage. What they had expected was the embodiment of evil, a monster accused of having participated in the murder of 6,000,000 innocent men, women and children.
The journalist Hu Shuli has often been called “the most dangerous woman in China.” And she may become even more so. As the pioneering editor of China’s most influential business magazine, she managed to publish groundbreaking stories on official ineptitude and financial malfeasance despite China’s tight control of the media.
The harsh reality of life and death in Gaza is a common theme for Palestinian filmmakers. But it was the 2004 death of a young Palestinian woman — not at the hands of a militant attack or an Israeli incursion — that struck a note with two filmmakers.
President Obama recently shared sensitive intelligence with Russia and China about Iran’s newly unveiled nuclear facility to get the two countries’ leaders on board with new sanctions against Tehran, senior U.S.
What’s going to happen to the tank? The Pentagon’s 70-ton Abrams may be battle-tested and almost iconic but perhaps not as important to the kinds of fluid, counter-insurgencies the U.S
A federal anti-terror law that requires longshoremen, truckers and others to submit to criminal background checks has ensnared another class of transportation worker — mule drivers. Yes, so-called mule skinners — in this case, seasonal workers who dress in colonial garb at a historical park in Easton, Pa.