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  • Syrian President Bashar Assad to run for reelection

    Syrian President Bashar Assad said Monday he would seek reelection in balloting scheduled for June, the government announced, confirming a decision that had been widely expected. Official state media reported that Syrians “took out to the streets&...
  • Obama argues against use of force to solve global conflicts

    On the final stop of his weeklong Asian tour, President Obama on Monday answered the question that has dogged him all along the way: Has he gone too far in reducing America's historical role in global security? The president, who rode into office on a...
  • Al Jazeera Files $150 Million Compensation Claim Against Egyptian Government

    Al Jazeera Media Network has filed a $150 million compensation claim against Egypt on the grounds that a crackdown by the country's military-backed government has damaged its investments there since July 2013. The Qatari-owned broadcaster, its...
  • Travel letters: Using ATMs when you're traveling abroad

    Catharine Hamm's recent article about automated teller machines was as clear as mud ["ATMs Can Be Your BFF When Abroad," April 27]. Sorry for being so harsh, but her circuitous explanation seemed to mix apples and oranges. There are foreign transaction...
  • Army taps Lockheed Orlando for $140 million in contracts

    Army taps Lockheed Orlando for $140 million in contracts
    From guided weapons to missile radars, Lockheed Martin Corp.'s Orlando missiles group has received three Army contracts – two of them involving foreign military sales - together worth nearly $140 million, the Pentagon said this week. Hundreds of...
  • CDC: Man who traveled through Chicago to Indiana is first U.S. case of MERS

    CDC: Man who traveled through Chicago to Indiana is first U.S. case of MERS
    The first U.S. case of a respiratory virus that has caused deadly outbreaks in the Middle East is a man who traveled through O'Hare International Airport on his way to Indiana, but officials said the man was in good condition and the risk of others...
  • MERS: CDC confirms first U.S. case of Middle East respiratory syndrome

    MERS: CDC confirms first U.S. case of Middle East respiratory syndrome
    A case of the sometimes fatal Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS, has been reported in Indiana, officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday. The announcement marks the first time a patient with the infection has been...
  • Long-Term Strategy Key In Syrian Fight

    Syrian rebel commanders had invited me to travel with them inside their country, entering through a crossing point near Rabah al-Sarhan, Jordan, but the Jordanian government emphatically said no. So this account is based on interviews with Syrians I met...
  • Officials: MERS victim recovering, condition improves

    Officials: MERS victim recovering, condition improves
    A man suffering from the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) is doing better today, authorities said. The victim is hospitalized at the Community Hospital in Munster, Ind., which is the first U.S. facility to admit a patient with the deadly...
  • Iraqi immigrant convicted of killing wife at their El Cajon home

    SAN DIEGO -- An Iraqi immigrant was convicted Thursday of fatally beating his wife in their El Cajon home because she wanted a divorce. The March 2012 case gained attention because a note left near the body suggested the attack was an anti-immigrant...
  • Iraqi immigrant found guilty of murdering wife in El Cajon

    SAN DIEGO — An Iraqi immigrant was convicted Thursday of murdering his wife in their El Cajon home because she wanted a divorce. The March 2012 killing gained attention because a note left near the body suggested the attack was an anti-immigrant...