Nearly a month has passed since we left the howling wind and never-ending rain of the UK behind and relocated ourselves to this hellishly hot, sandy, extravagant and controversial land on the edge of the Arabian Peninsula. 1,926 more words
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King Abdullah, the former monarch of Saudi Arabia, has been buried in an unmarked grave, the Saudi government announced today. 654 more words
In the name of God, the most Beneficent, the most Merciful
The United States of America houses around 300 million people. The U.S’s beliefs and principles, formed many centuries ago, is considered sacred by many Americans, something their lives and choices revolve around. 1,111 more words
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Until 2011 Tunisia was widely perceived as one of the most stable countries in the whole region, but those days are long gone now, as terrorism is raising its head in this North African country.
ISIS: Just another insurgency movement? As so many in recent history?
The attention heaped on the Islamic State in Western media and public debate has centered primarily on two issues: 2,010 more words