More than two hundred gay men and lesbians were recently arrested in Kuwait after an intense investigation of "Internet cafes and suspicious places" across the country, The Kuwaiti Times reported early Monday morning.
"It would have been hypocritical for me to ... remain silent when it came to Israel simply because I am Jewish."
After a resolution on genocide, the damage may already be done
Some say a million people work for Israeli intelligence. Is that even possible?
Forged passports, electrocution, and a dead Hamas leader
Dubai's Burj Khalifa tower officially opens to a mix of fascination and dismissiveness
As foreign policy experts turn their eyes to the fragile state, many warn that the U.S. should tread lightly
The failed attacker reportedly received the explosives from al-Qaeda in Yemen
An air strike in Yemen may have killed a top al-Qaeda official and the imam sought out by Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan
The state's leaders are often lauded in Western press, but some warn we're exaggerating things
A state on the brink of economic collapse may become the next hotbed of terrorism
Lessons and revelations following the sovereign fund's default
Commentators try to parse rumors of an impending prisoner exchange for the kidnapped Gilad Shalit
A writer in Foreign Affairs Magazine thinks Turkey is turning toward the Muslim Middle East
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