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  • Mamoun's Falafel Brings A Piece Of The Middle East To New Haven

    Mamoun's Falafel Brings A Piece Of The Middle East To New Haven
    Mamoun's Falafel should get something like a lifetime achievement award for New Haven restaurants, maybe even an a cappella bar song (“From the Mabrumeh down at Mamoun's...”) to nudge it closer to Pepe’s, Louis’, Claire’s and...
  • Book a 10-night Mediterranean cruise on the Norwegian Jade for as little as $499

    Book a 10-night Mediterranean cruise on the Norwegian Jade for as little as $499
    Norwegian Cruise Line offers a 10-night Mediterranean cruise out of Rome to Greece, Turkey and Italy for as little as $499 per person. The Norwegian Jade sails out of Rome/Civitavecchia on an itinerary that takes it to Katakolon and Athens, Greece,...
  • Dozens more Turkish police detained as wiretapping probe widens

    ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Dozens more police officers were detained in Turkey on Tuesday as part of an investigation into alleged spying and the illegal wiretapping of Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and his inner circle, local media reported. At least 20...
  • AP Video Journalist and Translator Killed in Gaza

    By Linda Ge LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Associated Press video journalist Simone Camilli and freelance translator Ali Shehda Abu Afash were among five people killed today when an unexploded device was set off in the northern town of Beit Lahiya in Gaza...
  • Slain U.S. Maj. Gen. Harold Greene remembered for brilliance, humor

    The two-star U.S. Army general who was killed in Afghanistan in an insider attack Tuesday was a native of upstate New York who held three advanced degrees from USC and whom colleagues described as a family man and a brilliant logistician with a quick...
  • Andon JurukovJune 18, 1925 - July 19, 2014

    Andon Jurukov<br/>June 18, 1925 - July 19, 2014
    Andon Jurukov died in the early morning hours of July 19 at Foothill Retirement in Tujunga, California at the age of 89 after a short, yet valiant battle against pancreatic cancer and its many complications.  He is survived by his daughter Carla Walker...
  • Israel: Some cruise ships drop Ashdod and Haifa stops over conflict

    First, U.S. airlines were banned from flying to Tel Aviv. Now some cruise lines said Wednesday that they will skip the Israeli port towns of Ashdod and Haifa because of the deadly conflict between Israelis and Hamas rebels. Costa Pacifica canceled stops...
  • Sarajevo Festival Focuses on New Challenges to Old Worlds

    LONDON -- Nine titles compete for the Heart of Sarajevo, the main prize of the Sarajevo Film Festival, which runs Aug. 15-23. Five of those nine are debuts, and three are world premieres. Many of the pics center on the tensions that surface when...
  • Man who allegedly hoped to join ISIS arrested at John Wayne Airport

    Man who allegedly hoped to join ISIS arrested at John Wayne Airport
    An Orange County man who allegedly told federal agents that he was going overseas to help the Al Qaeda breakaway group ISIS is set to be arraigned Monday on charges of lying on a U.S. passport application. Adam Dandach,  also known as Fadi Fadi Dandach,...
  • O.C. man accused of planning to join terror group pleads not guilty

    O.C. man accused of planning to join terror group pleads not guilty
    A 20-year-old Orange County man who is accused of wanting to help an Islamic terrorist group in Syria pleaded not guilty Monday to two counts related to passport fraud. Adam Dandach, also known as Fadi Fadi Dandach, was about to board a flight at John...
  • In 'The New Arabs,' millennials are key to remade Middle East

    In 'The New Arabs,' millennials are key to remade Middle East
    It's winter 2011, and I am living in Istanbul. I wander old streets in Turkey's cultural capital, past thousand-year-old mosques that were once churches, trying to understand the place that has become my home. Streets day and night are thronged by young...