Syrian exiles, both defecting soldiers and civilian protesters, have slipped across the border into northern Lebanon seeking safety from the Syrian government and its relentless crackdown on opponents.But even here, they can literally hear the shooting from across the border in the restive Syrian to
One week before the pro baseball season ended, Florida Marlins pitcher Leo Nunez made a stunning admission: For the past 10 years, he lied about both his age and his name. As the subterfuge finally came apart, Nunez left for his native Dominican Republic.
One recent day in Tripoli, hundreds of people strolled through a charity fundraiser organized by the women in Libya's capital city.Ladies sold baked goods and handicrafts in rows of stalls. For the kids, there was a moon bounce and face painting.
Greek Prime Minster George Papandreou, who was born and raised in the U.S., belongs to Greece's most important political dynasty — he's the son and grandson of prime ministers.And yet just two years after he led the Socialist party to victory, his popularity has plummeted, his debt-stricken country
Nearly 18 months after a disastrous oil spill killed wildlife and endangered the futures of fishermen and resort businesses along the Gulf of Mexico, the federal government announces it will regulate not only the operators of offshore oil rigs, but the contractors who own and work on them, as well.T