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While working on a painting about the Vietnam War in 2003, New York-based artist Steve Mumford decided to go Iraq to experience life in a war zone firsthand.
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The Higher Commission for Elections in Iraq asked every party to have a minimum of 25 percent female candidates on their list.
"It's extremely humbling," said Meadows. "I can't help but think of all my shipmates, chiefs, commanding officers and CMCs that have helped me to get this far."
The Iranian actor Peyman Moadi has said that he will never collaborate in any film which challenges Islamic values and the government of his country.
As bad ideas go, the creation of a new ethnic enclave separated from the historical motherland as a means of solving an international problem is about as bad as they get.
Sen. Rand Paul spoke late Friday afternoon at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Thank you for your Feb. 19 editorial "No justice with legal limbo," which brings to light a dark secret.
National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden poses with German Green party parliamentarian Hans-Christian Stroebele in Moscow on October 31. Stroebele returned from the meeting with a letter from Snowden to German authorities, which was distributed to the media.
It's a fancy word that means that the self is the only existing reality and that other entities, including other people, are representations of one's own self and can have no independent existence.
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A battle had been brewing over President Obama's nomination of Debo Adegbile to head the civil rights division of the Justice Department.
"Is Atticus Finch's courage only virtuous because we all end up liking and believing in Tom Robinson?" -- Prof.
Former Guantanamo Bay detainee British citizen Moazzam Begg, pictured here at a 2012 press conference, is accused of providing instruction and training for terrorism and funding terrorism overseas.
Six experts with the U.N.'s top human rights body wrote to the administration of President Nicolas Maduro about allegations of protesters being beaten and in some cases severely tortured by security forces, and taken to military facilities, cut off from communication and denied legal help, U.N. officials said.
Eight Colombian military personnel were arrested Wednesday for the alleged extrajudicial killing of two civilians, in what is the latest episode in the ongoing "false positives" saga.
He told me that a settlement could, in his view, involve Russia negotiating with Ukraine a lease on Crimea - which he regarded as analogous to America's lease on Guantanamo in Cuba.