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The Obama administration is standing firmly in Kosovo's corner ahead of Thursday's International Court of Justice decision on the legality of its unilateral declaration of independence from Serbia.
What separates a scientific claim from mere opinion is its ability to be tested by experiment. No true scientist objects to having his theories verified; the charlatan is the one with something to hide. Not surprisingly, purveyors of global warming have proved anything but open.
The Taliban denounced this week's international conference on Afghanistan's future, saying the "vague and terrible agenda" shows that the United States and its allies intend to abandon the country and blame their ultimate defeat on the Afghan government.
Thousands of AIDS activists have rallied in downtown Vienna with singer Annie Lennox to demand more rights for people with the disease.
Thousands of AIDS activists rallied in downtown Vienna with singer Annie Lennox Tuesday to demand more rights for people with the disease.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Tuesday reaffirmed his commitment for Afghan police and soldiers to take charge of security nationwide by 2014 and urged his international backers to distribute more of their development aid through the government.
Kosovo's prime minister insisted Tuesday that senior officials in Serbia told him they someday would recognize his country's independence.
Israel's outgoing ambassador to the United Nations said Monday that the most significant threat to the Jewish state is not Iran, but efforts to delegitimize Israel and its leaders.