Disgraced Oklahoma student apologized for his action, after a meeting with civil rights leaders, saying he will carry the shame of his words for the rest of his life.
(Next Media Online) – Concern is growing over the fate of nine UK medical students who are believed to have travelled to Syria, where they are said to be working in hospitals in territory controlled by the Islamic State.
Former president Nicolas Sarkozy’s conservative UMP party rules out any alliances between his party and National Front while French Prime Minister Manuel Valls calls for anti-FN blockade in next week’s run-off.
Nigeria prepares to go to the polls amid threats by Sunni militant group Boko Haram to disrupt the March 28 vote.
U.S. Republican Senator Ted Cruz is expected to announce that he will run for president in 2016, aide
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says it is time to make ‘hard decisions’ in nuclear talks with Iran and says he will discuss sticking points with European partners in London.
More than a million people take to the streets across Brazil in massive anti-government protests calling for the removal of President Dilma Rousseff from power.
Israel’s foreign minister, Moldovan-born Lieberman, 56, heads the ultranationalist Yisrael Beiteinu party, which ran jointly with Likud in the 2013 election.
(NVO) – The United States will have to negotiate with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for a political transition in Syria and is exploring ways to pressure him into agreeing to talks, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told CBS News in an interview.
Naftali Bennett, leader of the far-right Jewish Home party, who emerged as a surprise success story in the 2013 election, is now widely seen as being in the running for a top cabinet post, if Netanyahu forms the next governing coalition.