French experts have ruled out a theory that Yasser Arafat was killed by poisoning and believe he may have died of natural causes, a source close to the probe into the Palestinian leader's death said
'The U.S. has offered to contribute a destruction technology, full operational support and financing to neutralise Syria's priority chemicals,' the watchdog said
'If someone had wanted to get rid of [Yasser] Arafat, it would have been easier to do it with a bullet,' Shimon Peres said in Mexico
I will mark my 40th year in journalism next year. During these years I have made business trips to various places in the world...
Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai was handed the EU's prestigious Sakharov human rights prize Wednesday in recognition of her crusade for the right of all children, girls and boys, to an education.
The United Nations General Assembly’s human rights committee passed a resolution urging Myanmar to give the stateless Rohingya minority equal access to citizenship
British author Doris Lessing, whose powerful feminist and anti-colonial writing won her the Nobel Literature Prize, died at the age of 94
Yellen, nominated by US President to succeed the Fed’s current chairman, says a durable economic recovery that can sustain job creation will be at first place
New scientific findings suggesting Yasser Arafat might have been poisoned with polonium have brought to the fore decades-old tensions
Forensic experts who examined the remains of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda found no evidence he was poisoned to death during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet
Albert Camus once said that those who write clearly have readers, while those who write obscurely have commentators.
President Abdullah Gül has called for the elimination weapons of mass destruction in the region
Former Turkish President Süleyman Demirel travelled to Baku on Oct. 30 for a three-day visit at the invitation of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev.
International inspectors have placed Syria's entire declared stock of chemical weapons under tamper-proof seal
The Pakistani government said Oct 30 that 3 percent of 2,227 people killed in US drone strikes since 2008 were civilians
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I postponed my economic impressions of Cuba to write about the Nobel economics prize and the late Turkish economist Ali İhsan Gelberi
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“That prize should have been given to me,” joked Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad shortly after the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on 11 October.
After being accused of "sucking blood" from the poor, Bangladesh's only Nobel prize winner Muhammad Yunus faces a new state-backed hate campaign
I logged into my email Friday night after three days with no Internet to write my Monday column
International envoy Lakhdar Brahimi begins a Middle East tour to pave the way for proposed peace talks on Syria, where dozens of people were killed in the latest fighting in Aleppo province