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French authorities launched a criminal probe against Assad

French authorities have launched a criminal probe against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad for alleged war crimes committed between 2011 and 2013, sources told AFP. Paris prosecutors opened a preliminary war crimes inquiry on September 15, a source close to the case and a diplomatic source said. The investigation is drawing in particular on evidence provided by a ...

U.S.-backed Syrian rebels gave gear to al-Qaeda group

  U.S.-trained rebels in Syria handed over American-supplied vehicles and ammunition to an al-Qaeda linked group, the Pentagon said Friday in the latest blow to a program plagued by problems since its inception. The rebels surrendered six pickups and ammunition to an “intermediary” for the al-Qaeda affiliated Nusra Front in Syria, the Pentagon said in a statement. The equipment was about a ...

JOHN BOEHNER WOULD LEAVE THE JOB AS SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE

The leader of the U.S. House of Representatives, Speaker John Boehner, stunned Republicans on Friday, saying he would resign at the end of October, stepping aside from one of the most powerful jobs in Washington in the face of hardline conservative opposition that threatens an institutional crisis. A constant focus of conservatives’ complaints, Boehner was facing the threat of a ...

KERRY.U.S.READY TO TAKE MORE REFUGEES FROM SYRIA

The United States will increase the number of refugees it takes in by 15,000 over each of the next two years, bringing the total to 100,000 by 2017, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said after talks with his German counterpart on Sunday.The remarks may show increasing U.S. willingness to help cope with the mass migration of Syrians although the ...

ITI Christian College appointed Dr. Ashraf Thabet as a manager for ITI in Egypt after he got his PhD.

Dr. Magdy Saber of ITICC in Egypt had discussed the research of Dr. Ashraf Thabet and appointed him to the position of managing ITI in Egypt, after the approval of Dr. Sam Nan of ITICC lnternational Director, Dr. Kalahan Deng the of ITI in Canada and Dr. Erol Dogan of ITI in Canada . The Middle East online congratulate Dr. Ashraf Thabet ...

Apple hack exposes flaws in building apps behind ‘Great Firewall’

China’s “Great Firewall” may have been partly to blame for the first major attack on Apple’s App Store, but experts also point the finger at lax security procedures of some big-name Chinese tech firms and how Apple itself supports developers in its second biggest market. A malicious program, dubbed XcodeGhost, hit hundreds – possibly thousands – of Apple iOS apps, including ...

LET US SHOW APPRECIATION AND BE LOYAL TO THIS NATION

   WRITTEN BY EDITOR KALAHAN DENG Is it true that some of my fellow’s immigrants here in Canada do not feel comfortable enough when debating on the issue of patriotism? I fully comprehend why many maintain this kind of a mixed reaction. It could be because of their former political, religious persecutions, social, and economic deprivation, even on a religious ...

HERE IS WHAT WE DO NOT KNOW ABOUT THE ETHIOPIAN GOVERNMENT

   WRITTEN BY EDITOR KALAHAN DENG Why the world leaders give no attention to the Ethiopian government human rights abuses? Is it because of what has been said long a go that, whatever is out of sight is out of mind? The fact is how many of us know how the Ethiopian government deals with its own citizens? Sure enough, ...

Post-Deal Iran Asks if U.S. Is Still ‘Great Satan,’ or Something Less

  President Hassan Rouhani, by a picture of the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. The two have offered starkly opposing views of Iran’s future since reaching a deal on its nuclear program. Credit TEHRAN — A new struggle is unfolding in Iran, where the top leaders have begun to tackle the question of how to deal with the United States ...

Palestinians clash with Israeli forces in Jerusalem

Violence between Palestinian protesters and Israeli security forces spread beyond the walls of Jerusalem’s old city on Friday, with at least eight Palestinians shot in clashes in the West Bank and Israeli policemen injured by firebombs in a restive part of the city. In a rare decision, Israeli leaders called up a few hundred border police reservists to beef up ...

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