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Yemen likely flashpoint for further Iran, Saudi conflict: Nomura Nomura's Alastair Newton suggests that the ongoing conflict in Yemen between the Shia Houthi rebels and the Saudi-backed Sunni government is just another battlefield in the never-ending war between Shias and Sunnis.
Study: Pharmaceuticals kill more teens than illegal substances in the US Combine the number of overdose deaths caused by heroin and cocaine, and you still haven't matched the number of deaths caused by pharmaceutical prescription medications each year in the United States.
George Soros Prepared to Invest $1 Billion in the Country He Helped Destroy Since at least January of this year, billionaire George Soros has been calling for the West to invest 50 billion euros of aid in Ukraine, to stabilize the country and to undermine Russian influence in the region. Earlier this week, he announced that he would be willing to contribute $1 billion to that fund, if Western governments agree to pay for the rest.
China Targets Dollar, Washington Has Conniptions Now even Israel - joined at the hip to the US though the relationship has run into rough waters - has applied to become a founding member of the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Despite US gyrations to keep them from it, over 40 countries, including bosom buddies Australia, Britain, and Germany, have signed up to join. Japan is still wavering politely.
U.S. Defense Secretary: We Might Bomb Iran Even If a Peace Agreement Is Signed U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter said that a deal with Iran wouldn't necessarily prevent war.
China Targets Dollar, Washington Has Conniptions Now even Israel - joined at the hip to the US though the relationship has run into rough waters - has applied to become a founding member of the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Despite US gyrations to keep them from it, over 40 countries, including bosom buddies Australia, Britain, and Germany, have signed up to join. Japan is still wavering politely.
Michigan police gave ‘high fives' and made fun of beaten suspect, says lawyer "It looks terrible for [the cops]," Floyd Dent's attorney Gregory Rohl told the M Live Media Group. "From what [Dent] remembers about what happened in there, they were doing high-fives and stuff behind him, making fun of him."
Big shark spotted in Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh again A shark has recently been seen at Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh resort. Tourists have spotted the shark several times near Naama Bay beach
George Zimmerman released on bail, awaits murder trial George Zimmerman has been released from a Florida county jail on $150,000 (£93,000) bail as he awaits his second-degree murder trial for the shooting of Trayvon Martin.
Francois Hollande most likely to win presidential election in France Socialist Francois Hollande is set to beat President Nicolas Sarkozy in the second round of France's presidential election, four polls showed.
Boeing 737 with 127 on board crashes in Pakistan A passenger plane with 127 passengers on board crashed near Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan
Russia sells air-to-air missiles to Malaysia for $35 million Malaysia has acquired PBB-AE (P-77) air-to-air missiles from Russia in the total sum of $35 million
Forbes names Russia's new wealthiest man Forbes Russia has published the annual list of 200 wealthiest people in Russia. The list is topped by the owner of Metallinvest holding, Alisher Usmanov
Large batch of heroine guised as carrots arrested in Moscow A major channel of drug trafficking has been blocked in the Moscow region. The organizer of wholesale shipments of heroine has been arrested
Ann Romney: Effective political weapon She is a 63-year-old grandmother known as "Mamie," a former stay-at-home mother of five boys, and the cookie-baking wife of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
India capable of striking China's Beijing and Shanghai India announced the successful test launch Thursday of a new nuclear-capable missile that would give it the capability of striking the major Chinese cities of Beijing and Shanghai for the first time.
Russian politician offers to ban and classify bad news Vladimir Zhirinovsky, the leader of the Liberal and Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR), set out his claims to Russian media
Orphanage for gifted children to open in Russia's Ivanovo Sixty students of boarding schools from the Ivanovo region of Russia will start attending a special school for talented children during the new school year
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