Bolivian President Evo Morales has approved a decree allowing the state to seize property from citizens suspected of terrorism or separatism.
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WASHINGTON — At the National Archives here, standing in front of a backdrop depicting the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence, President Obama declared that operating the torture prison at Guantanamo set back “the rule of law” in the United States and compromised its moral standing in the world.
An investigation into Ireland's Roman Catholic-run institutions has found that thousands of boys and girls were terrorised in workhouse-style schools for decades.
Unilever's Lipton tea factory in Karachi has no name, no logo and no permanent employees.
Indian PM Manmohan Singh vowed to prioritise ' socially inclusive and equitable' economic growth on Tuesday after newly-elected Congress MPs formally chose him as their leader for a second term.
In the wake of the Pakistan’s army offensive against the armed Taliban, more than 1 million people have been forced to flee their homes. The Pakistan Peace and Solidarity Council sent out an urgent appeal today to the “philanthropists, donors, supporters, international relief organizations and international community” for humanitarian aid to assist the some “1.3 million displaced people” from Swat, Bunir, Dir and Malakand, the semi tribal areas located in the north of North West Frontier Province near the Pakistan-Afghan boarder.
In a joint news conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after their White House meeting, President Obama reiterated his view that it is “in the interest not only of the Palestinians, but also the Israelis and the United States and the international community to achieve a two-state solution in which Israelis and Palestinians are living side by side in peace and security.”
In his meetings with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House today, President Obama was expected to press the right-wing Israeli leader to endorse a two-state solution to the Palestinian conflict and to come out in favor of negotiations to achieve that goal, and steps to help negotiations advance. Obama was also expected to press Netanyahu to support a new regional initiative aimed at a comprehensive peace settlement.
JERUSALEM, (IPS) - A day before he enters what some Middle East analysts are calling not the Oval office but the lion's den, Benjamin Netanyahu, re-incarnated as Israel's leader, is determined not to be easy meat but also, on the other hand, not to become a bone in the throat of his host, President Barack Obama.