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Although an escalation doesn't suit anybody, Iran and its proxies remain primed, while Israel is maintaining contact with the Pentagon over any unbidden moves
Several women have been accused of 'inciting debauchery' by challenging Egypt's conservative social values, and the battle has moved online as the use of social media by young Egyptians surges
Eight days before Trump leaves White House, Pompeo alleges that Iran supported the group and gave safe haven to its leaders, despite some skepticism within the intelligence community and Congress
The outgoing secretary of state is set to use recently declassified documents to connect Al-Qaida to Iran in a last-ditch bid to exert maximum pressure on Tehran
As health officials began to worry that doses would go unused and discarded, the governors of New York and Florida vowed to penalize hospitals that fail to dispense shots quickly.
Over a million people are estimated to have marched in Paris alone.
"This (trigger) mechanism must be abandoned as an irrational principle in the event of further negotiations," Ali Akbar Velayati, a top adviser to Khamenei, said.
This new, updated web will enable the kind of person-to-person sharing and collaboration that has helped make the big social media services so successful while leaving the user in control."
The standard way to estimating the missing length of ancient scrolls is wrong by as much as 1800 percent, Israeli scholars find. Why it matters if an ancient text is missing 6 inches or 6 feet