Right now in northern Syria, refugees are streaming across the barbed-wire frontier by the tens of thousands, fleeing the advance of the terrorist army known as the Islamic State.
The office of an Israeli prime minister was targeted by British and U.S. spies along with a senior European Union official and German government buildings, according to the latest leaked documents from Edward Snowden published on Friday.
Glenn Greenwald, who has made headlines around the world with his reporting on U.S. electronic surveillance programs, is leaving the Guardian newspaper to join a new media venture funded by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, according to people familiar with the matter.
Fighting between Syrian President Bashar Assad’s forces and the opposition has reached a stalemate, and the regime plans on calling for a ceasefire at an upcoming conference in Geneva, Syria’s deputy prime minister has told the U.K.’s Guardian newspaper.
Is the NSA snooping scandal the step child of America’s intelligence services’ inability to communicate with one another? J.J. Goldberg probes a hidden tie between two scandals.
The Guardian cites a new report from Price Waterhouse Cooper Consulting saying the world is on track for an average global temperature increase of 6 degrees C (10.8 F) by the end of the century at current rates of carbon emission, with catastrophic implications for human life.
The Guardian newspaper retracted its claim that Tel Aviv is the capital of Israel after a watchdog group filed a lawsuit against Britain’s Press Complaints Commission.
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