A UC Berkeley student who was removed from a Southwest Airlines plane after a fellow passenger heard him speaking in Arabic on his mobile phone is still waiting for an explanation and an apology from somebody. Khairuldeen Makhzoomi, a 26-year-old Iraqi refugee and the son of a slain Iraqi diplomat, had just boarded his Oakland-bound flight at Los Angeles International Airport on April 6 when he called and spoke with an uncle on his mobile phone. After he was led from his seat, Makhzoomi…
Iraqi seeks apology after being removed from Oakland-bound plane
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. House of Representatives isn't waiting for confirmation of North Korea's hydrogen-bomb test claim before voting on legislation that expands sanctions on Pyongyang and specifically seeks to deny the hard currency lawmakers say it needs for its weapons programs.
NKorea sanctions bill seeks to deny country's access to cash
Riyadh: At least four people were killed and several others injured in three separate explosions that shook the holy cities of Medina and Qatif in eastern Saudi Arabia, where many of the kingdom’s Shi’ite Muslim minority live, and witnesses said body parts could be seen in the area of the blast, according
4 killed in blasts near Prophet Mohammed's mosque in Medina and Qatif; several injured