Friday, September 04, 2015
 
 
by Nasir Shansab
On December 9, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing on how to defeat ISIS. Most arguments were centered on military solutions. ISIS is an internal response to purely homegrown problems. An American military incursion may destroy ISIS militarily. However, the source of its birth will remain and other ISIS-like organizations will crop up with the same ange   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
Over the past several months we have been bombarded with newscast alarms about Ebola and, more recently, about MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome). A few years ago there were similar alarms about SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) All of these diseases are highly fatal. And here are no vaccines to protect you from any of them. Could these fearsome viral diseases impact your travel plans?   [READ MORE]
 
Chip Moore used to focus on three things: family, business and football. But all that changed a little over a year ago when the Birmingham, Ala. businessman read a story about Rahima Sheikh, who was grappling with drug-resistant TB. Photo Geeta Anand   [READ MORE]
 
By Fatos Bytyci

PRISTINA (Reuters) - Kosovo adopted an amnesty on Thursday for minority Serbs who previously rebelled against the government, a significant step in settling relations with former master Serbia so both can move closer to the European Union.

The law pard...
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BANGUI (Reuters) - The European Union is to increase its aid to Central African Republic to tackle a humanitarian crisis gripping the impoverished nation since rebels seized power in March.

The toppling of former president Francois Bozize by the Seleka rebel coalition plunged the former Fr...
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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton will host a meeting of senior officials from six major powers in Brussels next Tuesday to discuss how to move forward nuclear negotiations with Iran following the election of a new president.

Senior officials from th...
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LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - The Luxembourg government resigned on Thursday, brought down by a spying and corruption scandal that shook the tiny country better known for wealthy bankers than political intrigue.

Jean-Claude Juncker, prime minister since 1995 and the European Union's longest s...
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