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Iranians Head to the Polls
Iranians got ready to cast their votes in the country's presidential elections on Friday amidst a build-up of excitement.
June 12, 2009
U.S.-Backed Party Wins in Lebanon
Hezbollah, branded a terrorist organization, was defeated in Lebanon's national election
June 8, 2009
Crackdown on Israeli Spy Rings in Lebanon
Lebanese Security Forces arrested a municipal official over the weekend, suspecting he was spying for Israel.
May 20, 2009
Water Access a Casualty in Middle East Conflict
A World Bank report is noting the complete dependence of the West Bank and Gaza (WBG) on scarce ...
May 12, 2009
Israel, Gaza Cooperate to Stop Spread of Swine Flu
The tear of epidemic has led to greater cooperation between Israel and its neighbors, including Gaza.
May 6, 2009
Lebanon Releases Four Generals After Three Years in Jail
Four Lebanese generals accused of involvement in the Hariri assassination have been released after three years.
April 30, 2009
Israel Celebrates 61
Israel initiated its Independence Day celebrations with the official ceremony in Herzl Mount in Jerusalem.
April 30, 2009
Maximum Precautions from Swine Influenza in Lebanon
The Lebanese Ministry of Health and Ministry of Agriculture circulated precautionary measures to prevent swine flu.
April 29, 2009
Marathon for Peace Launched in Israel
The sixth annual John Paul II Pilgrimage Peace Marathon was launched on April 23 from Bethlehem to Jerusalem.
April 27, 2009
Israel Remembers The Holocaust
The Israeli leadership joined a solemn ceremony in Yad Vashem Holocaust museum in Jerusalem to mark Yom Hashoa ...
April 20, 2009
Epoch Times Staff
Lebanon’s Civil War Remembered on 34th Memorial
The Lebanese civil war claimed hundreds of thousands of lives, and is indelibly etched in the minds of ...
April 16, 2009
Foreigners in a Foreign Land—Refugees in Israel
Thousands of African refugees have fled to Israel, where the community struggles to assist and integrate them.
April 16, 2009
New Government in Israel, Netanyahu Says Peace is Achievable
The Israeli Prime Minister and the 32nd Isareli government were sworn in on March 31, 2009. After long ...
April 1, 2009
Israeli Labor Party to Join Netanyahu’s Right-wing Coalition
The Israeli Labor party assembly voted to join Benjamin Netanyahu's upcoming government.
March 25, 2009
Dubai Authorities in Pollution Clean Up of Tourist Beaches
Fears over the level of pollution on Dubai's iconic Jumeirah Beach have prompted authorities to plough Dh3 billion ...
March 20, 2009
Breaking the Cycle of Poverty in Dubai
In a city where poverty and debt is always someone else's problem, two volunteer workers are doing all ...
March 16, 2009
GM Foods Not Labeled on Supermarket Shelves
Genetically modified foods are being sold on United Arab Emirates (UAE) supermarket shelves without...
March 12, 2009
Nurses Fearful of Deportation Could Hide Infectious Diseases
Healthcare workers in the United Arab Emirates with HIV or Hepatitis B from hospital needles don't report the ...
March 11, 2009
Dubai Traders Sell Luxury Cars to Make up Market Losses
The highfliers of Dubai are increasingly selling up their Porsches or Ferraris in the wake of the financial ...
March 10, 2009
Eilot, Israel—The ‘Silicon Valley for Renewable Energy’
Eilot, Israel, located in the southern Israel, seemed like a most suitable place to host a recent Renewable ...
March 2, 2009
Lebanon: Memo to Remove Confessional Identity from Official Records
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February 25, 2009
Off the Coast of Lebanon, Cedar Island Draws Controversy
A team of architects and engineers are designing a 3,311 square kilometer island off the coast of Lebanon.
February 20, 2009
Reform Rumbles in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia was shaken up when King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz appointed a female to the Cabinet for ...
February 18, 2009
The View From the Ground in Iraq and Afghanistan
When journalists watched American bombers strike Taliban positions in northern Afghanistan weeks after 9/11, Iraq wasn't part of ...
February 17, 2009
Voters Still Indecisive in Israeli Elections
Hadas Amit is like 20—30 percent of Israelis—they are still not sure whom to vote for in the ...
February 6, 2009
Epoch Times Staff
In Lebanon, a New Tax for Special License Plates
Taxes should be raised on specialized license plates in Lebanon, suggested Interior Minister Ziad Baroud.
February 5, 2009
Who Will Rebuild Gaza?
As the bombings stop, the dust settles, the soldiers leave, people are realizing the scope of the damage ...
January 28, 2009
Justice Thomas Calls out Supreme Court’s Hypocrisy in Talking About Abortion
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Speaker Pelosi Will Allow Republican Subpoena Power on Proposed Jan. 6 Commission
Pressure Mounts on Biden to Lift Vaccine Patents to Help Poor Nations
Poll Shows Majority of Americans Are Concerned About Anti-Police Rhetoric
Defense Attorney and Policing Expert Weigh In After Jury Convicts Chauvin
Kash Patel Denies Anonymous Allegation That He Is Under Investigation for Leaking
Forced Organ Harvesting Should Be Part of US-China Agenda: Religious Official
How Fiscal Policies Are Used to the Advantage of Politicians and Big Businesses: Convention of States Activist
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UK Parliament Unanimously Declares Chinese Regime Committing Genocide in Xinjiang
Arizona’s Maricopa County Delivers Ballots, Equipment for 2020 Election Audit