All World Affairs Content

31 Jul 2014

ANALYSIS. John Kerry's Passage to India. Why Is He Going Now?

The Christian Science Monitor. United States. 04:35 PM EDT

OSCE to Observe Presidential Elections in Turkey

Today's Zaman. Turkey. 04:12 PM EDT

At Least 49 Killed in Syria Kurdish-Jihadist Battle

Al Arabiya. United Arab Emirates. 04:06 PM EDT

WHO Launching $100mil Plan to Combat Ebola

New Straits Times. Malaysia. 03:38 PM EDT

Warsaw Slams Russian Ban on Polish Fruit

The Warsaw Voice. 03:28 PM EDT

G7 Leaders Statement on Ukraine

England. Press Release. 01:08 PM EDT

A Twenty-First-Century Trade Agreement: Who Could Benefit?

Atlantic Council. United States. 12:41 PM EDT

EU Ombudsman Demands More TTIP Transparency

EurActiv. Belgium. 11:57 AM EDT

Carnage in Gaza Strip as Death Toll Passes 1,300

Middle East Online. England. 11:52 AM EDT

Loopholes Blunt Impact of US, EU Sanctions Over Ukraine

The Wall Street Journal. United States. 11:47 AM EDT

India Raps 'Unacceptable' US Surveillance

Channel News Asia. Singapore. 11:39 AM EDT

UN: Cross-border Aid to Syria Faces Big Challenges

Today's Zaman. Turkey. 11:34 AM EDT

Hamas Wants Hezbollah to Join Fight Against Israel

Al Arabiya. United Arab Emirates. 11:23 AM EDT

Al-Qaeda-linked Militants Declare Benghazi an 'Islamic Emirate'

International Business Times. United States. 11:17 AM EDT

Israel Will Examine Shelling of UN School

i24news. Israel 11:10 AM EDT

Tunisia Says Can't Cope with Libya Refugee Influx

Middle East Eye. England. 11:07 AM EDT

Ukrainian Parliament Rejects PM Yatsenyuk's Resignation

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. 10:44 AM EDT

North Korea Upgrades Launch Site as it Develops Long-Tange Missile

JoongAng Daily. South Korea. 10:21 AM EDT

Pakistan Fires 118 Rockets in Kunar Province

Khaama Press. Afghanistan. 10:08 AM EDT

OPINION. Kerry's Mission Overload

Suhasini Haidar. The Hindu. India. 09:54 AM EDT

Kerry Says US 'Excited' About India's New PM Modi

The Express Tribune. Pakistan. 09:43 AM EDT

Kenya Border Health Staff on Ebola Red Alert

Daily Nation. Kenya. 09:18 AM EDT
30 Jul 2014

Encouraging Al-Qaeda Kidnappers with Appeasement

Kidnapping Europeans—whose governments are more willing to pay ransoms—has become a lucrative source of income for al-Qaeda and similar groups, who often go unpunished for these crimes.