Belfast, Reuters—Marathon talks between the leaders of Northern Ireland’s Catholic and Protestant communities broke down on Tuesday without agreement to ease tensions that have led to one of the worst years of rioting in the British province for a decade. The US...
Khartoum, Asharq Al-Awsat—It seems that the Muslim Brotherhood’s plight in Egypt is spreading southwards to affect their counterparts in Sudan. But in contrast to much of Sudan’s modern history, calls for change are not coming from another popular movement or uprising...
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