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CrossTalk on Osama: Was War Worth It?

Has Osama Bin Laden's death made the world better and safer? Was justice done? Is the War on Terror coming to an end or...

Prada, Miu Miu coming back to the Middle East

Italian luxury-goods maker Prada Group said Wednesday it has formed a joint venture company with United Arab Emirates-based luxury retailer Al Tayer Insignia LLC...

Japan Crisis at Chernobyl’s Level

// The Japanese government raised its assessment of the month-long crisis at its Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant to the highest severity level by...

Gadhafi agrees to stop fighting

Col. Moammar Gadhafi has agreed in principle to stop all hostilities in Libya and let in outside forces to help keep the peace, according...

Arab League to ask UN for no-fly zone in Gaza

Arab League Chief Amr Mussa said the organisation will ask the UN to impose a no-fly zone over Gaza, which Israel has pounded with...

Strong earthquake hits Japan

// Japan's meteorological agency says it has lifted a tsunami warning for the northeastern coast 90 minutes after a 7.4-magnitude earthquake struck offshore. The quake...

NATO: 74 air strikes on Libya

NATO has carried out 74 air strikes on Libya on the first day since taking full command of military operations from the US. NATO...

‘War for Libyan oil planned long ago, no one cares about...

Susan Lindauer, a journalist and author specializing on American interventions, has never believed the allied forces intervened in Libya out of humanitarian reasons. It...

Japan twin disaster may cost $300 billion

// 11,438 people are confirmed dead from the March 11 earthquake and subsequent tsunami A total of 16,541 people are still missing and about 2,873...

NATO takes over air operations in Libya

NATO took sole command of air operations in Libya on Thursday, according to the major news agencies. Rebel forces, hampered by a lack of organization,...

World leaders speak on the Libyan crisis

// World leaders have met at a summit in London to discuss the ongoing conflict in Libya, and possible outlooks both for the military...

UAE to send 12 planes to patrol Libya No-Fly Zone

The United Arab Emirates will send 12 planes to take part in operations to enforce the no-fly zone in Libya, the official news agency...

Military assets in battle for Libya

As the attack on Libya begins, Al Jazeera takes a look at the type of weapons being used in what is being called 'Operation...

Japan: 5,178 people dead, 8,606 missing

Japan's devastating earthquake and deepening nuclear crisis could result in losses of up to $200 billion, according to Reuters. Still the impact for the...

UAE sends security troops to Bahrain

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr Anwar Mohammed Gergash stated that the United Arab Emirates, in response to a request from the sisterly...

Radiation spreads after Explosion at Japanese Nuclear Plant

Reporters and specialists say that the radioactivity is low and not dangerous to the health After the powerful earthquake of 8.9-magnitude hit Japan early Friday,...

GCC to provide Oman and Bahrain with $20 Billion Aid

The Ministerial Council of the Gulf Cooperation Council for the Arab Gulf States decided at its 118th session to set up the Gulf Development...