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Bush, the 41st president of the United States, lived longer than any of his predecessors. His death at 10:10 p.m. Central time was announced in a statement issued by longtime spokesman Jim McGrath.
Les Israéliens nés en Iran regardent avec inquiétude la tension monter entre leur patrie et leur pays d’adoption.
10 years later, man famous for trying to bring down statue with sledgehammer regrets that Saddam is gone.
The age of the dictator has not passed, alas, and demagogues are having their day.
By MATTHEW PRICE
On his new hit Arabic language album, rocker grandson Dudu Tassa is rejuvenating the Kuwaity brothers' music here.
By BARRY DAVIS
"The new Iraq must never forget these crimes that were committed against Iraqi people from all groups," said Iraqi President Barham Salih.
He came into office in January 1989, just three months before the Tiananmen Square protests began in China.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Fourteen years after the first insurgents emerged in Iraq in 2003, the US may have found a model that works in Iraq.
Armed groups fighting in the region and many regional officials are skeptical about the reports of his death.
Abbas makes first visit since rift developed when Yasser Arafat was thought to back Hussein in 1st Gulf War.
Absence of Islamists from ballot stirs conflict over vote; activists bemoan the fact candidates are not competent.
By ADAM NICKY/THE MEDIA LINE
Insurgents disguise themselves as police, raid homes in western Iraq, kill at least 27 members of security forces.
Extremist Iraqi cleric warns that if US forces do not leave by year-end deadline, violence against military would resume at full force.
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