North Africa

Drug wars, missing money, and a phantom $500 million Pentagon watchdog calls out two commands for financial alfeasance
This salad of oranges, grapefruits and pomegranate seeds is the perfect antidote to all the overindulgence of the holidays
But don't even think about trying to keep one as a pet.
Moving away from Western influence, Africa is already getting a glimpse of a different future.
The president's infantile approach to curbing terrorism has taken yet another intellectual blow.
Drown your problems in palm oil and honey.
Corrupt officials, tax cheats, and the financial backers of terrorism have one thing in common: they often exploit vulnerabilities
In the recently published Arab Youth Survey (Arab Youth Survey) there was one alarming figure that caught my attention: 66
Federal authorities could reportedly announce a decision within weeks.
The baby was traveling on one of two rubber boats carrying over 200 migrants and refugees.
The U.S. implemented a similar regulation this week in response to intelligence reports about terror targets.
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Yet all the time, effort, and investment of the Paris gathering went into the Israeli-Palestinian issue, and not to Syria
Dozens of migrants made it to the top of the six-meter barbed wire fence early on Sunday before being lifted down by cranes.