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  1. SEC Announces Arrival of New Administrative Law JudgeRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Jason S. Patil begins work at the agency this week as an Administrative Law Judge. Earlier this summer, the SEC announced the hiring of Administrative Law Judge James E. Grimes and three law clerks who along with Mr. Patil nearly double the staff of the Office of Administrative Law Judges, which received more than 200 assignments to conduct public hearings and issued 34 Initial Decisions in fiscal year 2013.


  2. Marine general: Two keys ships may keep Marines' amphibious hopes above waterRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Marine Corps Times

    The Mobile Landing Platform USNS Montford Point is moored pier side in San Diego during the ship's christening ceremony. Monford Point is the first ship of its a class that could serve to keep Marine amphibious hopes afloat.


  3. On Native GroundIS the 2012 Election the Last Gasp of White Male Privilege?Read the original story

    Saturday | American Reporter

    As a onetime foreign correspondent who wrote from places like Northern Ireland, Iran, Pakistan, India, Vietnam and the Philippines, I see the riots in Cairo, the assassination in Benghazi and the friction in U.S-Israeli relations as part of one picture: a portrait of the Middle Eastern world preparing for war between Iran and Israel. There is no glue between the events in Libya and Egypt, and today's demonstrations in Yemen, Morocco, Sudan, Iraq, Iran and Tunisia, except a deluded Israeli-American's amateurish, offensive film about the Prophet Mohammad - in one scene the director has the Prophet put his head between a woman's legs to see for himself there is no "devil" there.


  4. Let Us Introduce You: Claire GilbertRead the original story

    Friday Sep 19 | The University News

    For history professor Claire Gilbert, traveling around the world is a common venture. From India to Argentina, Gilbert's passion for history has taken her to five continents and now brings her to Saint Louis University.


  5. Humanitarian aid will not resolve S. Sudan conflict: EURead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 27 | Sudan Tribune

    A visiting European Union representative has warned that no amount of aid assistance can avert a looming famine in South Sudan, which is expected to affect some 3.7 million people. Jean-Louis de Brouwer, the operations director of the European Commission's Humanitarian Affairs and Civil Protection Department, speaks to journalists in South Sudan's capital, Juba, on 17 September 2014 Jean-Louis de Brouwer, the operations director of the European Commission's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department, said the western bloc of 28 nations has contributed over 220 million euros in 2014 alone.


  6. .com | Shipwreck victims driven out by poverty, warRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | News24

    Unemployed and shattered by 50 days of war in Gaza, Yasser decided to seek a better life elsewhere, boarding a boat to Europe that sank off Malta last week. In one of the deadliest migrant shipwrecks on record, the boat, with 500 people on board, was intentionally capsized by traffickers as it made its way from Egypt to Italy.


  7. South Sudan: Juba's Anti-Foreigner Move Won't WorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 |

    IN a move full of mixed signals, the South Sudan government has declared that foreigners will no longer work for international NGOs within its jurisdiction. An order issued on Tuesday also says that foreign workers of all nationalities must stop working in the hotels, oil, and insurance companies, banks and communications firms, effective October 15, barely a month from Tuesday.


  8. Suez Canal 2.0: Egyptians pour savings into president's ambitious projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Christian Science Monitor

    President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's promise of a second Suez Canal has lit the touchpaper of Egyptian nationalism. Across the country, citizens jostle for position in public banks, waiting their turn to invest in the $8.4 billion project they hope will restore Egypt to greatness.


  9. Qatar didn't agree to transfer venue of Darfur peace talks: DRARead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Sudan Tribune

    Darfur's Regional Authority has said that Qatar expressed reservations over the transfer of the venue for talks between the Sudanese government and Darfur rebel groups from Doha to Addis Ababa. Sudan's Liberation and Justice Movement leader al-Tijani al-Sissi shakes hands with Sudanese presidential adviser Mustafa Osman Ismail during the International Donor Conference for Reconstruction and Development in Darfur, in Doha April 8, 2013 Doha brokered the Darfur peace negotiations which resulted in the signing of the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur by the Sudanese government and the Liberation and Justice Movement in 2011.


  10. South Sudan U-turn on foreigner banRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 |

    There was no government policy ordering foreign workers to leave by 15 October, Foreign Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin said at a press conference. Thousands of people have died in the fighting and aid agencies say up to four million people are at risk of food shortages because of the crisis.


  11. A Different TripRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Egypt Today

    If you're looking for a unique travel experience that's a change from the pre-packaged run-of-the-mill vacation, you don't have to go far or even leave Egypt. As a new generation of young, tech-savvy travelers look for new adventures, small companies, NGOs and travel agencies are rising to meet the demand for catered and creative trips that go beyond the typical tourist routes.


  12. Death sentence woman tells how she kept Christian faithRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 | Sunday Herald

    THE Sudanese woman imprisoned for refusing to reject Christianity has said she was resolved to keep her faith even if it meant death. THE Sudanese woman imprisoned for refusing to reject Christianity has said she was resolved to keep her faith even if it meant death.


  13. Sudanese Christian Meriam Ibrahim speaks of her prison ordeal for first timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 | The Independent

    The Sudanese mother who was sentenced to hang for refusing to give up her Christian faith has spoken about her ordeal for the first time, saying she never once considered giving in and that she made her stand on behalf of all those facing persecution around the world because of their religious beliefs. Nearly two months after finally being allowed to flee her native country and taking refuge in the United States, Meriam Yahya Ibrahim, 27, said she had been subjected to intense daily pressure while in prison to accept conversion to Islam but that she consistently refused to give in to her captors' demands.


  14. South Sudan sets limits on hiring foreign workersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 | AlertNet

    A barber's shop on one of the main streets in Pibor market, South Sudan, June 23, 2012. REUTERS/Adriane Ohanesian JUBA, Sept 16 - South Sudan will from next month require that companies and non-government organisations employ South Sudanese citizens unless they are unable to find locals with the necessary skills.


  15. Sri Lanka: Eezham Tamils learning languagesRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 16 | TamilNet Newswire

    Eezham Tamils wish that the Chinese embassy would soon start teaching Chinese and the other embassies would follow suit in teaching major European, Latin American, Arabic and other Asian languages, so that the nation of Eezham Tamils could have a wider interaction with the world and with their own kith and kin worldwide, commented Tamil activists for alternative politics in the island. 'A passion for Hindi film music and the Hindi language is commonplace in Sri Lanka.


  16. Sudanese woman: It's my right to follow the religion of my choiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 | WMUR-TV Manchester

    A woman who was sentenced to death in her native Sudan has now returned to Manchester, and her family and friends were overjoyed to welcome her home. A woman who was sentenced to death in her native Sudan has now returned to Manchester, and her family and friends were overjoyed to welcome her home.


  17. Facing death, Sudanese woman relied on her faithRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | Monterey County Herald

    The Sudanese woman imprisoned for refusing to reject Christianity said in a televised interview airing Monday night that she was resolved to keep her faith even if it meant death. Meriam Ibrahim, who now lives in Manchester, New Hampshire, was sentenced to death over charges of apostasy, the abandonment of a religion.


  18. Enigmatic ancient crescent in Galilee pegged as massive moon shrineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | The Times of Israel

    A 5,000 year old monument that predates the Old Testament has been identified near the northern Israeli city of Safed. According to a report published the science news website LiveScience , the crescent shaped monument is located some 8 miles from the Sea of Galilee and is believed to be designed to mimic the moon's shape.


  19. South Sudan: South Sudan President Seeks Meeting With Sudan's LeaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 |

    South Sudan's President Salva Kiir has officially written to Sudanese President Omar Hassan Al-Bashir proposing talks to deepen bilateral relations and security cooperation, according to Ateny Wek Ateny, South Sudan presidential spokesperson. Ateny also said the negotiations would include ways to resolve the dispute over the oil-rich Abyei region.


  20. Oil worker goes on the run after accusing government of role in sackingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | In-depth Africa

    September 12, 2014 A sacked oil worker says he has gone on run for his own safety after alleging the South Sudanese government had ordered the dismissal of 14 Nuer employees from China's Greater Pioneer Operating Company amid fears they had joined the country's rebellion. A worker walks through an oil production facility in Paloch in South Sudan's Upper Nile state, on 5 May 2013 The group has dismissed claims they had links to rebels aligned to former vice-president Riek Machar, who also hails from the Nuer tribe, saying they were targeted by the government based on their ethnicity.