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  • Debunking 9/11’s ‘Prague connection’
    July 3, 2012, by Andrew Greene of The Prague Post

    The September 11 terrorist who was used to justify the invasion of Iraq did not come to Prague for meetings to plot his deadly mission. That is the conclusive finding […]

  • Kosovo granted full sovereignty
    July 3, 2012, by VOANews

    The multi-national group supervising Kosovo’s independence has decided to grant it full rights of national sovereignty as of September. The International Steering Group — composed of 25 western nations — […]

  • Iran braces for EU embargo
    July 2, 2012, by Lisa Bryant of VOANews

    European Union sanctions against imports of Iranian oil went into effect Sunday. The sanctions are part of a growing arsenal of measures aimed at deterring Iran’s nuclear program. But will […]

  • Golf: The British Open – Picking a major winner
    June 29, 2012, by Alan Rogut

    With the next major championship, the British Open, on the horizon, it is becoming harder than ever to pick a clear-cut winner. Tiger Woods says that the depth of so […]

  • Erdogan warns Damascus of Turkey’s ‘wrath’
    June 26, 2012, by Dorian Jones of VOANews

    Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is ratcheting up the pressure on Syria over the shooting down of a Turkish military plane on Friday. Addressing parliament Tuesday, he launched a […]

  • Sign up for The Sofia Globe’s daily e-mail bulletin
    June 25, 2012, by The Sofia Globe staff

    The Sofia Globe, the newest Bulgaria-based English-language news, features and analysis website, is starting a daily e-mail bulletin. The daily newsletter, free of charge, will deliver the pick of The […]