Frank Moynihan

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Kyrgyzstan, the U.S.and the Global Drug Problem: Deep Forcesand the Syndrome of Coups, Drugs, and Terror

<b>Peter Dale Scott</b><p>Will the current crisis in Kyrgyzstan lead to greater instability, and perhaps an expansion of the current conflict in Central Asia? …

NYPD facing $3mil lawsuit for nightstick attack caught on video – report

A Brooklyn man is planning to file a $3 million lawsuit against the city of New York alleging excessive force was used against him by a …

​Venezuela plunges into recession with record inflation

Venezuela confirmed on Tuesday it was in recession as the country’s GDP has been falling for 3 consecutive quarters with a drop of 4.8 percent in the …

9/11 hijackers tested airport security before attacks, authorities ignored warnings

Months before they participated in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Al-Qaeda operatives were spotted and approached at a Boston airport, …

Bahrain: Shouting in the Dark

<i>Bahrain: Shouting in the Dark</i> is a television documentary film produced by Qatar-based news channel Al Jazeera English about the Bahraini uprising …

Pipeline politics in Syria

By Bradley Peniston<p>You can’t understand the conflict without talking about natural gas<p>By Maj. Rob Taylor<p>Much of the media coverage suggests that the …

Understanding Syria: From Pre-Civil War to Post-Assad

How drought, foreign meddling, and long-festering religious tensions created the tragically splintered Syria we know today.<p><i>William R. Polk first wrote for</i> The Atlantic <i>during the Eisenhower administration, with a report in 1958 about tensions in Iraq. Soon after that, he was recruited from a</i> …

The Man Who Lives Without Money

Think you couldn’t live without money? Irishman Mark Boyle challenged this notion and here’s how he finds life with no financial income, bank …

Hezbollah, Syria, Iran AND Israel -- the Ticking Time Bomb

Watching the situation in Syria, with all the atrocities, human suffering and misery that comes with them, is a matter for people with a high level of motivation as well as a hard stomach. It is also a professional hazard to base assessments of the situation on the veracity and reliability of the …

Iraqi cameraman executed in Syria remembered as fearless, not foolhardy

Courtesy of Jassim al-Asadi<p><b>The mounting death toll in Syria’s brutal civil war has included dozens of local and foreign journalists covering the conflict. On Wednesday, it claimed another. Iraqi freelance cameraman Yasser Faisal al Jumaili was killed by al-Qaeda-linked foreign fighters in northern</b> …

Family jihad: Father takes his five sons — one just 13 — to join the fight in Syria

A Moroccan father has taken all five of his children — the youngest of them aged 13 — to fight for an Islamist faction in Syria, according to reports.<p>…

Israeli patrol on Golan targeted by bomb from Syria: Israel

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The Israeli army said on Saturday that an Israeli military vehicle had been damaged by a bomb set off on the Syrian side of the frontier of the occupied Golan Heights.<p>The attack on Friday was thought to be the first targeted bombing of Israeli forces since the start of Syria’s …

Opinion

Letters to the Editor<p>On this day

Lest We Forget, on Iraq, Afghanistan and Israel, Mandela Was a Radical

"If there is a country that has committed unspeakable atrocities in the world, it is the United States of America. They don't care."<p>Who said these …

Remembering Nelson Mandela, 1918-2013

Inside Flipboard / December 6, 2013<p>Nelson Mandela, the human rights leader, Nobel Laureate and first black African president of South Africa, died …

DNA From Ancient Site in Spain Reshapes Human Family Tree

Six weeks ago I suggested that 2013 was already the breakthrough year for molecular anthropology, but 2013 is ending with yet another highlight. Yesterday, Nature published a stop-you-in-your tracks piece that scrambles the scientific picture of our ancient relatives. The world-leading Max Planck …