It is just a matter of time before the government of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad falls because its use of massive force is mobilizing insurgents, General Robert Mood, the former head of the UN monitoring mission in Syria, said on Friday.
The Libyan government has asked Egypt to provide Libyan universities with tutors in various disciplines. It is estimated that Libya’s universities require more than 1,000 extra teaching staff for the upcoming academic year.
In the first tally of its kind, a US investigative agency has calculated that at least 719 people, nearly half of them Americans, were killed working on projects to rebuild Iraq following the US invasion in 2003.
Once recognized as the place where the president receives foreign and official delegations, Egypt’s luxurious presidential palaces are now the public’s complaints offices, a place where Egyptians submit their personal requests.
With just days left before a court-imposed deadline to reform Israel’s military draft law expires, the nation’s political leaders are at loggerheads on how to resolve what has become perhaps the country’s most pressing — and divisive — domestic issue.