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Electrifying ‘birth certificate’ for Palestine

With only nine countries opposing, the UN General Assembly yesterday overwhelmingly put its stamp on Palestine as a country that is under occupation and irrevocably set the terms for eventual negotiations with Israel on its withdrawal to create a new state in the albeit distant future....   | Read..
 

DSK agrees to settle lawsuit with NY maid

Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn has reached a preliminary agreement with the hotel maid who accused him of sexual assault last year to settle a civil lawsuit she brou...   | Read..
 

Kuwaitis call for poll boycott

Tens of thousands of people marched in Kuwait today calling for a voter boycott, a day before a parliamentary election that looks unlikely to defuse tensions in the US-allied...   | Read..
 

Protests as Egypt body approves new charter

Tens of thousands of Egyptians protested against President Mohamed Mursi today after an Islamist-led Assembly raced through approval of a new Constitution in a bid to end a c...   | Read..
 
Palestinians celebrate in the West Bank city of Ramallah after the UN General Assembly voted to recognise Palestine as a non-member state. (AFP)
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