Dili (ANTARA News) - East Timor's former ruling party will sit in
parliament as the opposition despite insisting the country's new
government is illegitimate and has no right to rule, the party chief
said on Monday.
Former prime minister Mari Alkatiri, who heads the Fretelin...
Political Hearsay is a new site that isn’t quite finished yet but will allow people to rate different politicians. Is it a welcome new idea, or is it an attempt to pass off propaganda as neutral information,...
Sydney (ANTARA News) - Australia will provide a free Internet filtering
service and access to a hotline in a bid to thwart perverts seeking to
contact children, Prime Minister John Howard said Friday.
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US town set to ban saggy trousers
A man wearing low-slung trousers, exposing his underwear
Low-slung trousers are fashionable among some young people
A mayor in the US state of Louisiana says he will sign into law a proposal to make wearing saggy trousers an act of indecent...
It's either that, or a fool's errand. I have seen nothing from the taliban that would make me think that an offer of peace and reconciliation is even desirable to them. If anything, it reminds me of the early days of the war, and the fall of Konduz. The...
US President George W Bush is preparing to unveil his long-awaited strategy for the future of US involvement in Iraq.
The president is expected to bolster US forces in the country by sending more than 21,500 extra...
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"Tel Aviv - Eight people were wounded when dozens of armed supporters of the radical Islamic Hamas movement stormed the Rafah crossing point on the Gaza-Egypt border Thursday, witnesses reported.
They said the...
"Thousands of protesters from Hezbollah and its pro-Syrian opposition allies descended on downtown Beirut Friday to force the resignation of Lebanon's Western-backed prime minister, who was holed up in his office ringed by hundreds of police and combat troops.
Britain's new army commander said British troops in Iraq are making the
situation worse and must leave the country soon, calling the prime
minister's policies ânaive,â according to an interview