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  • IATSE and Fremantle sign new pact

     
    Fremantle, the production company behind Fox's "American Idol" and the upcoming "The X Factor" as well as NBC's "America's Got Talent," has signed a three-year agreement with the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees. The new deal will...
  • LIBYA: Political science expert on Kadafi, rebels and fate of nation

     
    El-Kikhia, who fled Libya in 1980, received his undergraduate degree in political science from the American University of Beirut and a master of arts and Ph.D. in international relations from the University of California at Santa Barbara. He is the author...
  • Too soon to claim victory in Libya, but not to ask: What now? [The conversation]

     
    It might be too early to claim victory in Libya, with the search for Moammar Kadafi still on in Tripoli, but enough advances have been made to prompt opinionators to ask: What now? How to finish the mission in Libya......
  • PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES: Legal opinion muddies U.N. statehood bid

     
    As the Palestinian Authority is getting ready to ask the United Nations to accept the West Bank and Gaza Strip within the 1967 borders as a member state, a legal opinion by an Oxford University international-law professor has provoked second thoughts...
  • Airlines lose challenge to European emissions plan [Updated]

     
    In a blow to U.S.-based airlines, a European advocate general rejected the airlines' challenge of a plan to charge carriers a fee if they exceed emission levels when flying in and out of Europe. Several airline trade groups and carriers......
  • Scott names new heads of Office of Open Government and three other posts

     
    Gov. Rick Scott is ending 2011 by naming four new employees to his office. The one of most immediate consequence to the public is Bonnie Hazleeton, who will take over as director of the Office of Open Government next week. She replaces Carolyn Timmann,...
  • Appeals court affirms order blocking Oklahoma sharia law ban

     
    A federal appeals court has upheld a ruling that blocked the implementation of an Oklahoma law barring judges from considering international or Islamic law in their decisions....
  • ‘The Voice’: 17-year-old from Orlando impresses

     
    The bio supplied by NBC describes Ashley as "a trilingual straight-A student currently applying to Boston University." The bio listed her career goals as majoring in international relations and working for the United Nations....
  • Russian official: Arming Syria rebels could violate international law

     
    A Russian foreign ministry spokesman warned Friday against attempts to supply weapons to Syrian opposition forces, arguing that because Al Qaeda was a “confirmed presence amid the illegal armed groups,” arming the opposition could clash with...
  • Syria can't escape international law's 'long reach,' Cameron says

     
    British Prime Minister David Cameron argued Wednesday while visiting the United States that Syria would not be able to escape the “long reach” of international law. His remarks came on the same day the International Criminal Court handed out...
  • Obama warns Iran that time is running out for diplomacy

     
    President Obama warned Iran on Wednesday that the window of opportunity to resolve the international deadlock over its nuclear weapons program through diplomacy is closing....