By the CNN Wire Staff-June 27, 2012 -- Updated 0208 GMT (1008 HKT)-Cairo (CNN) -- Egypt's first democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi, will appoint a woman as one of his vice presidents and a Christian as another, his policy adviser told CNN.
Is Putin sincere?-FrMar-27.06.2012-By Xavier Lerma-During his Middle East tour President Putin took time in his busy schedule to visit the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. He met Father Superior Isidore and the Patriarch of Jerusalem Theofilos III who were both
Is Assad not sufficiently intelligent to catch that his time has run off?-- FrMar-At least three station employees were killed early on Wednesday when gunmen stormed Syria's pro-government al-Ikhbariya TV channel, the station said. The channel's broadcasts
By AFP-Posted Tuesday, June 26 2012 at 20:01-KHARTOUM, Tuesday-There will be no turning back on Sudan’s policy of phasing out fuel subsidies, the finance minister has said, despite public outrage over high prices in the bankrupt nation.
25 JUNE 2012 -The United Nations today called on South Sudan to develop a comprehensive plan for curbing violence in Jonglei state, as it released the findings of an investigation into inter-communal attacks that claimed hundreds of lives there in 2011 and early 2012.
A Tunisian convicted of blasphemy for posting cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed online will continue to serve his seven-year jail sentence, an appeals court ruled on Monday. Observers say the case shows Islam's influence in the post-dictatorship age.
By Fred Muzaale (email the author) Posted Tuesday, June 26 2012 at 01:00-Kayunga- Authorities in Kayunga District hospital have expressed concern over the inadequate facilities at the facility that has forced patients to sleep on the floor or share beds
Scripture:Matthew 7:15-20-15 "Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves. Meditation: What do grapes, thorns, figs, and thistles have to teach us about the kingdom of God?
26 June 2012 Last updated at 12:45 GMT-By Mark Doyle BBC International Development Correspondent - Three of Africa's largest militant Islamist groups are trying to co-ordinate their efforts, the head of the US Africa Command has warned.