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President George W. Bush called the Iraqi offensive in Basra a “defining moment” on Friday as violence continued to spread across the country.
The imam at Friday prayers in Amsterdam’s El Tawheed mosque spoke of “enemies of Islam”, but in spite of that clear nod to Geert Wilders, the Dutch anti-immigration politician, and his film, the mood was decidedly
The continued boom in bank products compliant with Islam has spurred plans to set up a new financial institution in Switzerland based on the tenets of the faith.
The Jerusalem municipality on Monday announced plans to build hundreds of new homes in the occupied West Bank settlement of Pisgat Zeev, further clouding peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.
In these mountains, where conquistadors once gouged gold from open veins in the mountainside, the hardened gold miner of film lore is giving way to a new breed of prospector: geologists and engineers, armed with sophisticated equipment and millions
An Ohio jury concluded on March 27 that the American Chemical Society must pay $19 million in compensatory damages and $7.5 million in punitive damages to Leadscope Inc., a Columbus-based chemical informatics company that the society says infringed
Your ginger-ale doesn't come in a glass anymore on most US Airways flights. On Delta you'll find yourself in a thinner, lighter seat. If you fly JetBlue cross-country, you'll get a dainty bag of 100-calorie crisps in place of the origina

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