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The Investigative Committee into Yasser Arafat's death will hold a news conference Saturday at the PLO offices in Ramallah ahead of Monday's planned exhumation of the former PLO leader's body.
Movember first person
I feel an obligation to stand with my father-in-law, to support and honor him in the best and only way I know how following his prostate cancer diagnosis. When people stop me at work and ask me why I shaved my beard off, I have a great excuse to talk about him and the type of man he is. Ultimately, I think that's what Movember is all about.
Seeing more mustaches this month? Many of them may be fighting cancer. On November 1, global health charity Movember kicked off its signature event, a monthlong campaign encouraging participants to grow mustaches (or "mo"s) to raise cancer-fighting awareness and funds.
We've finally emerged from the season in which Americans were asked by the pollsters and politicians: "Are you better off today than you were four years ago." But sometimes, author Steven Johnson says, it's important to contemplate the question of progress from a longer view: How are we doing on the scale of a
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Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy said Friday that he works for the interest of the Egyptian people and takes "no particular side" after protesters stormed his party's headquarters in Alexandria, angry at what they view as an undemocratic power grab.
A fragile truce between Israel and Hamas appeared to hold Friday despite reports that Israeli troops shot and killed a Palestinian man near its border in Gaza.