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Armenian-Americans are suspicious of President Obama's nominee to serve as ambassador to Armenia because he once worked for a man described as "consistently one of the most pro-Turkish and anti-Armenian representatives to serve in Congress."
Libya's 2012 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Comoros has been moved from Tripoli because of the country's political turmoil.
The United States will fund training for 140,000 African health care workers in an initiative to "transform and dramatically increase" medical education on the continent, the top U.S. AIDS official announced Tuesday.
The World War II Allies recognized by war's end a need to establish a world organization as a tool to "maintain international peace and security" - providing a voice for all members. Created Oct. 24, 1945, it worked well initially. By the 1970s, however, nondemocratic member states realized this tool could be manipulated to counter the interests of democratic members. Today, the original intention of the democratic founding members of the United Nations has been drastically undermined. After a 65-year journey, the United Nations' good intentions have become a road less traveled - one over which a nondemocratic cabal runs roughshod.
"In the Christian movie scene, alas, the message comes first, and story and character are secondary considerations. That's a recipe for mediocrity," writes Steven D. Greydanus at his National Catholic Register blog.
More than 80 beauty queens from around the globe have started their final run in hopes of being crowned the next Miss Universe.
A set of 83 beauty queens plans to show off swimsuits, evening gowns and quick-thinking interview skills in hopes of impressing a panel of celebrity judges and winning the 2010 Miss Universe crown.
Two heavy hitters on the world health stage _ Bill Clinton and Bill Gates _ called Monday for a more efficient fight worldwide against the AIDS virus.
Two heavy hitters on the world health stage -- former President Bill Clinton and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates -- called Monday for a more efficient fight worldwide against the AIDS virus.