The entire pestilence of house up-do programmes, possibly the least disempowering is Kirstie’s Vintage Home, Choice, Tuesdays. That’s not to say it’s not irritating, repetitive and sometimes intelligence-affronting
Najam Sethi is no stranger to official harassment and death threats. Since the 1970s, the prominent Pakistani journalist has been charged with treason three times
Muammar Gaddafi faces a potential war crimes trial at The Hague after the International Criminal Court on Monday issued arrest warrants for the Libyan leader, along with his son Saif al-Islam and his military intelligence chief General Abdullah al-Sanoussi.
The scene was Allied press headquarters in Paris on a rainy summer day. Facing the half-dozing correspondents, Lieut
The streets of central Kabul’s bustling open-air Mandavi market was cleared of shopkeepers and shoppers early this afternoon after Taliban suicide bombers and gunmen attacked a large police station on the area’s main street.
Question: “Under what international law do we have a right to attempt to destabilize the constitutionally elected government of another country?” Answer: “l am not going to pass judgment on whether it is permitted or authorized under international law. It is a recognized fact that historically as well as presently, such actions are taken in the best interest of the countries involved.” That blunt response by President Gerald Ford at his press conference last week was either remarkably careless or remarkably candid
The troubled relations between Washington and Islamabad are undergoing further strain.
The U.S. is not yet at war with Saddam Hussein.
It was another routine night for Shawn Carpenter. After a long day analyzing computer-network security for Sandia National Laboratories, where much of the U.S
In an open lot on the Dhubat al-Saff military base, a group of Libyan rebel recruits gathers around an instructor demonstrating how to fire a Russian-made ZU-23-2 quad-barrel antiaircraft gun.