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Sentinel School Zone» Orlando Sentinel – Sentinel School ZoneA mom in the hospital and a dad in Kuwait got to see their kids graduate from Lake Brantley High School this morning. They were among several hundred people Worldwide who watched online as students from the Seminole County high school got their...
Babylon & BeyondThe choice to clock late-night hours just like men is now a right for Kuwaiti women. In a revision to the labor law this week, the government of Kuwait allowed women to work night shifts at hotels, restaurants, pharmacies, press......
Babylon & BeyondKuwait’s education chief has run up against the fire and brimstone of puritanical Muslim members of parliament for her recent decision to tone down the incendiary religious content of the nation's school curriculum. In late June, reports surfaced that...
THE PRESIDENT believes and often states, as if it were a self-evident truth, that "democracies are peaceful countries." This claim, which has been advanced in the past in regard to Christianity, socialism, Islam and ethical culture, is the postulate on...
Times Staff WriterThey nurse the sick in California, drive fuel trucks in Iraq, sail cargo ships through the Panama Canal and cruise ships through the Gulf of Alaska. They pour sake for Japanese salarymen and raise the children of Saudi businessmen. They are the...
Tags: Politics, Philippines, Employment Agency, McDonald's, Surgery
10/31/06 pardon the bizarre typing but these german keyboards are crazy. I have arrived in leipzig and am waiting a couple of hours before continuing to kuwait. all is well so far. no real sleep yet as the plane is crammed with weapons, bags, and boots....
The Defense Department last week identified the following U.S. military personnel killed in Afghanistan, Iraq and Kuwait: Joshua R. Anderson, 24, of Jordan, Minn.; private first class, Army. Anderson died Wednesday in Kamasia, Iraq, of wounds suffered...
Tags: Baghdad (Iraq), U.S. Military, Hawaii, South Carolina, Defense
NICHOLAS GOLDBERG is editor of the Op-Ed page and Opinion section of The Times.I FIRST MET Danny Pearl 10 years ago, in a very different world. It was different in part because it was Tehran, where women were covered from head to toe and men could be seen on the streets wearing turbans and robes. Secret police asked us questions...
The Defense Department last week identified the following American military personnel killed in Afghanistan, Kuwait and Iraq: Timothy P. Davis, 28, of Aberdeen, Wash.; staff sergeant, Air Force. Davis died Friday near Bagram, Afghanistan, of wounds...
Times Staff WriterAfter hearing about a suicide bombing, my interpreter and I often went to Yarmouk Hospital, which has one of the largest refrigerated morgues in the city. That is where I first met Abu Imad. He was always in the back near the freezer, wheeling the...
Tags: Saddam Hussein, Suicide, Baghdad (Iraq), Assault, ING Group
As one of its nine arguments for war, the Bush administration accused Saddam Hussein of flouting international efforts to block illicit weapons programs. What the White House said In the summer of 2002, many influential voices--including, apparently,...
The Hartford CourantWhen Army Sgt. 1st Class Mark C. Warren was diagnosed with depression soon after his deployment to Iraq, a military doctor handed him a supply of the mood-altering drug Effexor. Marine Pfc. Robert Allen Guy was given Zoloft to relieve the depression he...
Tags: Politics, Surgery, Career and Workplace, Culture, Health
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