Mr. Bal spoke about his unexpected termination from the magazine.
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Mikhail D. Prokhorov, the owner of the Brooklyn Nets basketball team, leads a Russian political party whose candidates have faced arrest and disqualification.
What has most captivated ordinary Chinese — thanks to headlines in major state media outlets — is a mountain of testimony that depicts Mr. Bo as the archetypal corrupt official.
The ferocity of the attacks appears to have been a deliberate calculation of the military-appointed government to provoke violence from the Muslim Brotherhood and its allies, historians said Friday.
Israel’s announcement this week that it was building over 1,000 housing units in East Jerusalem and the West Bank appeared to be partly a move to satisfy many Israelis before it released 26 Palestinian prisoners.
An arrest warrant was issued on Thursday for the wife of a prominent Syrian television commentator and analyst who was shot dead on Wednesday in southern Lebanon.
The Turkish Parliament on Saturday amended an army regulation that had paved the way for military intervention in politics.
The situation with the former CIA officer Edward Snowden remains confusing. He has been staying in the transit area of the Sheremetyevo airport for over a week, or at least it seems to be this way. In fact, Snowden has not been seen in Russia since his arrival. The only people who saw him were the passengers of his Aeroflot flight
Fugitive former U.S. intelligence officer Edward Snowden has declined an intention to stay in Russia. Vladimir Putin's condition, on the basis of which the whistleblower could technically be granted asylum in Russia, did not meet his needs, president's press secretary said. The American still remains in the transit area of Sheremetyevo Airport
CAIRO (Reuters) - An outpouring of popular anger that put millions of Egyptians on the streets subsided on Monday but the country's leaders seem no closer to ending a political stalemate that has left some looking to the army to break the deadlock.
Turkey depends on foreign investors to fund its big current account deficit. If they turn tail in response to the mounting unrest, interest rates will have to rise, undermining economic growth.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - When televangelist Silas Malafaia gathered 40,000 followers outside Brazil's Congress this week, it wasn't just to raise their arms to the sky and praise the Lord.
The killing of Lee Rigby has shocked Britain as few things have in recent memory, with the political reverberations continuing for the government of Prime Minister David Cameron.
In 1999, I decided to leave the headaches of entrepreneurship behind and get a regular Silicon Valley job in an attempt to ride the dot-com wave. My timing was terrible, and by 2001 I had started another company. In that time, however, I learned that the corporate world is comprised of two groups. In one group, there are the entrepreneurs, individuals judged by actual results and forced to live b
Yair Lapid presented an austerity budget this month with tax increases and subsidy cuts that hit hard the people he claimed to represent.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. House of Representatives panel on Friday opens the first in a series of investigative hearings in Congress on the Internal Revenue Service's targeting of conservative groups for extra tax scrutiny, as the political storm over the scandal shifts to Capitol Hill.
By Aung Hla Tun YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar's president announced an amnesty on Tuesday for about 100 prisoners, a senior official said, 56 of whom were confirmed as political detainees by a group monitoring activists held in the country's jails. The release is the latest in a series of amnesties decided by reformist President Thein Sein and came a day after the European Union lifted all
Just like Twitter, it was only a matter of time before Vine became a political platform. On Friday, the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) released what might be the very first political ad to be published on Vine.In the six-second ad, the NRCC attacks Elizabeth Colbert Busch, democratic candidate for congress in South Carolina, and sister of comedian Stephen Colbert. The ad shows