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New York Sun  |  December 23, 2014
Excerpt: “Kaboom! Dow 18K” is the headline atop the Drudge Report. It links to a story on the Bloomberg wire reporting that the Dow Jones Industrial Average “rallied past 18,000 for the first time, after data showed the world’s largest economy grew at the ...

United Nations Rolls Out the Red Carpet To Fete New Anti-Israel Movie
New York Sun  |  March 13, 2011
Excerpt: UNITED NATIONS – The General Assembly, for the first time, will attempt tomorrow evening to morph itself into Hollywood, conducting a red-carpet premiere event that will see diplomats mingling with film stars and cinema moguls – and, in the process ...

Scramble To Avoid a Genocide Lies Behind Ivory Coast Drama
New York Sun  |  December 31, 2010
Excerpt: UNITED NATIONS — Behind the controversy over the clients of Washington superlawyer Lanny Davis lies a desperate effort to avoid what threatens to become Africa’s next genocide. The drama centers on the search for a face-saving exit for the president ...

UN Default on Korea Spells Trouble in Lebanon
New York Sun  |  July 15, 2010
Excerpt: UNITED NATIONS — Responding to combative provocations with meek diplomacy, the West is allowing North Korea and Iran to further arm themselves and their proxy armies, risking a much more serious military confrontation in the next rounds. Meeting the ...

Last Ditch Effort to Block Sanctions on Iran Is Pressed By Turkey, Brazil at United Nations
New York Sun  |  June 7, 2010
Excerpt: UNITED NATIONS – The Security Council is expected to vote on an American-backed resolution to impose the next round of sanctions on Iran as early as Wednesday, but two countries bent on enabling Iran, Brazil and Turkey, are making a last-ditch effort ...

Turkey’s Next Move Will Be To Marshal Sentiment Against Israel at United Nations
New York Sun  |  May 31, 2010
Excerpt: UNITED NATIONS – After initiating and aiding a provocation that resulted in the deaths of at least ten of its citizens, Turkey will next move to marshal world opinion and attempt to harness it to promote Prime Minister Erdogan’s regional goals, which ...

Russia Accuses U.N. Agency of Funding Georgian President
New York Sun  |  September 30, 2008
Excerpt: UNITED NATIONS — Russia's confrontation with the West is escalating, with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accusing the U.N. Development Program of collaborating with the financier George Soros to fund Mikheil Saakashvili's rise to the Georgian ...

IAEA Head Calls for Iran To End Its Nuclear Secrecy
New York Sun  |  September 30, 2008
Excerpt: A six-year probe has not ruled out the possibility that Iran may be running clandestine nuclear programs, the chief U.N. nuclear inspector said yesterday, urging Iran to reassure the world by ending its secretive ways. ...

As U.N. Nuclear Watchdog Convenes, Iran, Israel Collisions Loom
New York Sun  |  September 28, 2008
Excerpt: VIENNA, Austria — A meeting of the U.N. nuclear watchdog's 145 member nations this week could turn into a showdown between the West and the developing world, as Iran and Syria bid for more influence within the agency, and Islamic nations express anger ...

Financial Crisis Casts Pall on U.N. Poverty Goals
New York Sun  |  September 26, 2008
Excerpt: UNITED NATIONS — Members of the Black Eyed Peas performed, Bill Gates donated money, and Mayor Bloomberg hosted a party for world leaders, all in the name of eradicating half of the world's poverty by the middle of the next decade. But as leaders from ...