Today 05 December
IBNLiveBlackBerry user Barack Obama says he's not allowed iPhone for 'security reasons'IBNLiveWashington: The troubled mobile phone maker BlackBerry still has at least one very loyal customer: US President Barack Obama. At a meeting with youth on Wednesday to promote his landmark healthcare law, Obama said he is not allowed to have Apple's ...and more »
Arutz ShevaClashes as Immigrants Protest, 'We're Stuck in Centers'Arutz ShevaEthiopian immigrants say failure to update grants is leaving many in absorption centers. Nine arrested at protest. By Maayana Miskin. First Publish: 12/3/2013, 8:55 PM. Clashes as immigrants protest over housing. Israel news photo: Flash 90. Immigrants from ...Ethiopian immigrants protest poor housing conditions near Knesset; 9 arrestedJerusalem Postall 3 news articles »
E! OnlinePaul Walker Tribute Video: Watch His Best Fast & Furious MomentsE! OnlineIt's hard to believe Paul Walker is really gone. Whether you were a fan of his films or not, the general consensus that formed following the news of his shocking death in a car accident Saturday was that the 40-year-old actor was a generous, humble, ...'Fast and Furious' star died of impact,fireBangkok PostFans Pay Tribute to Paul WalkerDaily BeastUniversal shuts down Fast & Furious 7 production after death of Paul WalkerStraits TimesWetpaint -Calgary Herald -Montreal Gazetteall 7,640 news articles »
Telegraph.co.ukUS talking to Syria's Islamist rebelsBusiness StandardThe United States has reached out to Islamist militias among the Syrian opposition as it seeks to reach a political solution to the civil war, a US official confirmed. But there have been no contacts with groups such as Al-Nusra that are blacklisted by Washington ...VIEW : Insurgency responsible for civilian plight of Syrians — Nicola NasserPakistan Daily TimesWest reaches out to Syrian Islamists as jihad threat growsThe Times (subscription)Chaos in Syria breathes new life into global terror movementThe Globe and Mailgulfnews.com -Indian Expressall 246 news articles »
HaaretzArmy seeks to reduce rate of Ethiopian soldiers going to jailHaaretzThe army seeks to reduce by 15 percent within two years the number of soldiers of Ethiopian origin who are sent to military prison. The decision comes in the wake of a directive from the Personnel Directorate of the Israel Defense Forces. According to the ...and more »
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