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39 min ago | The Salinas Californian
A convoy of inspectors from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons prepares to cross into Syria at the Lebanese border crossing point of Masnaa, eastern Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, on Oct. 1, 2013.
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39 min ago | USA Today
The international chemical weapons watchdog announced Friday it has verified the destruction of all of Syria's unfilled munitions - another milestone along the road to eradicating President Bashar Assad's chemical weapons program by mid-2014.
4 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
Shell has delivered a blow to Louisiana's industrial boom, saying it is scrapping a proposal to build a $12.5 billion natural gas-to-liquids plant in Ascension Parish.
TONY EASTLEY: The head of the East Timor delegation before the international court of arbitration at The Hague says it will not be deterred by recent raids on the offices of one of its lawyers as it proceeds with its bid to overturn the country's oil and gas treaty with Australia.
Dutch homeschoolers have released the video of an amazing flash mob performance they staged last month to raise awareness about home education in the Netherlands and proposed legislation which threatens to make it illegal.
File - Prime Minister Najib Mikati speaks as he receives officials at the Grand Serail in Beirut, Friday, Nov. 15, 2013.
Johannes Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring is one of 15 17th-century Dutch paintings on view at New York's Frick Collection through early 2014.
Judges rejected Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta's bid to halt his trial on crimes against humanity, saying his accusations that prosecution witnesses colluded to mislead the court were not serious enough to prejudice proceedings.
Interesting piece in The New York Times about the International Criminal Court, which is based in The Hague and prosecutes war crimes and crimes against humanity.
A Congolese lawyer has made his first appearance at the International Criminal Court on charges of conspiring to present false evidence in the defense of former Congo vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba.
Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara said on Wednesday he would run for a second term in an election scheduled for October 2015, saying the task of rebuilding the West African country after a decade of political strife was far from over.
THE Netherlands today celebrates the festival of Sinterklaas, featuring the blacked-up Zwarte Piet character, with many Dutch people wondering how much longer the controversial tradition will continue.
The United Nations and the global chemical weapons watchdog are awaiting approval from a country to use its port to load Syria's most deadly chemicals onto a U.S. ship for destruction offshore, the head of the mission said on Wednesday.
Carla Rae Hague, 71, is sitting in a jail cell next to the courthouse where her husband is a judge.