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China, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Cuba, Vietnam and Algeria on Tuesday won seats at the Human Rights Council, the U.N.'s highest rights monitoring body.
Hundreds of thousands of Chinese students are flocking to U.S. colleges and universities, helping to drive the number of international students studying in America to record levels.
The publishers of comic books are obsessed with the politically correct. Diversity and quotas are more important than dispatching evil. Spider-Man has been reimagined as a black Hispanic teenager. The Green Lantern is out of the closet. Early next year, Marvel Comics rolls out a Muslim superheroine.
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President Obama is losing respect in Saudi Arabia and risks U.S. influence in the entire Middle East, where Russia is posed to pounce, the head of an independent Saudi-based think tank warned Thursday.
A report based on information from NATO says Saudi Arabia has been paying Pakistan to build nuclear weapons and is now ready to take delivery.
A Kuwaiti woman was arrested in Saudi Arabia over the weekend for trying to drive her father to a hospital, as female activists continue to protest the kingdom's driving ban.
The editorial of Oct. 14, "Jackpot justice afoot," is terribly misleading in suggesting that U.S. lawyers, on behalf of Israeli and American victims of massive Hamas suicide bombing attacks, are acting unfairly in asking that Arab Bank, the middleman for payment to the families of suicide bombers and the bank of choice for the leadership of Hamas in Gaza and the West Bank, disclose appropriate records.
First it was Egypt, now oil sheiks worrying that U.S. has become too unsteady