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Thousands Of Refugees Stranded At The Greek-Macedonian Border

Josh Friedman reports from outside Idomeni, Greece at the Greek-Macedonian border where 10,000 or more asylum seekers are stranded. Europe has shut down the Balkan refugee route, leaving the people at the border in limbo. Watch previous reports from the Greek-Macedonian border:

By |March 21st, 2016|Afghanistan, Europe, European Union, Featured, Greece, Iraq, News, Politics, Syria, Turkey|

Trump, Clinton Big Winners Again

By ARNOLD FRIEDMAN Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump moved closer to a general election showdown, with both presidential candidates dominating Tuesday's primary vote in five well-populated states. Trump's strong showing in Florida, a key state, caused one of his main competitors to drop out of the race.  Florida Senator Marco Rubio announced a halt

By |March 16th, 2016|Americas, Featured, News, Politics, United States|

Sanders Scores Shocker But Trump Again Is The Big Winner

By ARNOLD FRIEDMAN Businessman Donald Trump extended his lead in the race for the Republican presidential nomination by winning Tuesday's voting in three out of four contested states.  But the shocker of the day came from Democrat Bernie Sanders.  The Vermont senator scored a major upset over frontrunner Hillary Clinton in Michigan's Democratic primary election.

By |March 9th, 2016|News, Politics, United States|

Weekend Primary Results

On “Super Saturday,” leading Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz split four primaries and caucuses. Trump won Louisiana and Kentucky, while Cruz claimed Kansas and Maine. Turning to the Democratic side, Senator Bernie Sanders bested frontrunner Hillary Clinton in two of three contests. Sanders won Kansas and Nebraska, while Clinton claimed Louisiana. The

By |March 6th, 2016|News, Politics, United States|

Super Tuesday Recap

The frontrunners in the presidential race for Republicans and Democrats were big winners again as voters in 12 U.S. states made their selections on Super Tuesday.  In the biggest day of the primary election and caucus season, both Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton swept to victories in seven states, primarily in the Deep

By |March 2nd, 2016|Americas, News, Politics, United States|

Iran Voted… On What?

President Hassan Rouhani casting his ballot. Rouhani can now count on more support for improving Iran's ties with the West. By JOSH FRIEDMAN Iranians voted in a national election on Friday. The results are still not entirely clear, but western media are naming Iranian President Hassan Rouhani as the big winner. Iran’s presidency was

By |March 1st, 2016|Featured, Iran, Josh Friedman, Middle East, News, Politics|

Saudi Atheist Gets 10 Years In Prison, 2,000 Lashes

A 28-year-old man in Saudi Arabia must serve 10 years in prison and endure 2,000 lashes for expressing atheism on social social media, The Independent reports. Saudi religious police, which monitor social media, determined the man posted more than 600 tweets denying the existence of god, ridiculing Quranic verses, accusing all prophets of lies and

By |February 28th, 2016|Middle East, News, Politics, Saudi Arabia|

Trump Wins Vote In Third Straight State

Donald Trump rolled to a third straight win in his campaign to become the next president of the United States, swamping his Republican rivals in the Western U.S. state of Nevada.  With 95% of Nevada's caucus vote counted, the billionaire hotel developer and former reality TV host held a 22-point lead over his nearest competitor.

By |February 24th, 2016|Americas, News, Politics, United States|
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