UN court issues indictment in Hariri assassination


BEIRUT — A U.N.-backed court investigating the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri delivered an indictment and four arrest warrants Thursday, the latest turn in a case that has transformed this Arab nation and brought down the government earlier this year. The names of the accused were not released,…

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Do Amendments Limiting War Really Matter?

Article by WorldNews.com Correspondent Dallas Darling. “There is no issue more serious than war. Wars result in the loss of life and property. Wars are also expensive and an enormous economic burden.” -Representative Ron Paul (Texas) in a public letter entitled: “Why I’m suing the Obama administration over Libya.”(1) In […]