In a rare attack for Kurdistan, a journalist was assassinated at his home in Kalar. His mother witnessed the shooting. In Baghdad, an evening bombing left two dead and six wounded in the Ghazaliya district.
It feels like 1979 all over again, with Iran, under a new president, playing a central role.
Bob Diamond is making a dramatic return to banking, launching a vehicle with Africa's youngest billionaire. The Financial Times reports.
By Lambert Strether of Corrente. MMT's Bill Mitchell narrates a slide presentation of a paper (draft) co-authored with Louisa Connors, Member, Centre for Literary and Linguistic Computing, University of Newcastle.
By Klaus Dodds Where exactly is Syria, and how is Syria represented as a place? The first part of the question might appear to be fairly straight forward. Syria is an independent state in Western Asia and borders Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan and Israel.
Iraqi Kurdistan is often described as Iraq’s bright spot, a region enjoying both security and democracy. Certainly, the region is more secure than Baghdad since, with only occasional exceptions, al-Qaeda-affiliated groups have given it a pass.
For a community college situated in a small corner of New York state, Jamestown Community College is making a substantial impact in the education of students from across the globe.