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  2. Rogue state - Wikipedia

    A rogue state otherwise known as an outlaw state is a term applied by some international theorists to states that they consider threatening to the world's peace. This means being seen to meet certain criteria, such as being ruled by authoritarian or totalitarian governments that severely restrict human rights, sponsoring terrorism and seeking to proliferate weapons of mass destruction.

  3. Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy - Wikipedia

    The controversial cartoons of Muhammad, as they were first published in Jyllands-Posten in September 2005 (English version). The headline, Muhammeds ansigt, means "The face of Muhammad". Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy Events and reactions Timeline Cartoon descriptions Akkari-Laban dossier Newspaper reprints International reactions Opinions Principal parties Jyllands-Posten ...

  4. Mass media in Ghana - Wikipedia

    History 19th century. The media in the Gold Coast first emerged in the 19th century with the publication of The Gold Coast Gazette and Commercial Intelligencer in 1822. The paper had several functions: to provide information for civil servants and European merchants; and to help promote literacy rates and rural development among the local population - while encouraging unity with the Gold ...

  5. Pamela Geller - Wikipedia

    Pamela Geller (born 1958) is an American anti-Muslim, far-right, political activist, blogger and commentator. Geller promoted birther conspiracy theories about President Barack Obama, saying that he was born in Kenya and that he is a Muslim.

  6. Anti-German sentiment - Wikipedia

    The result was the bestselling The Invasion of 1910, which originally appeared in serial form in the Daily Mail in 1906. Harmsworth now used his newspapers like "Daily Mail" or "The Times" to attack Berlin, inducing an atmosphere of paranoia, mass hysteria and Germanophobia that would climax in the Naval Scare of 1908–09.

  7. Women in Turkey - Wikipedia

    Daily Habertürk reported on 9 January 2018, that only three state universities in Turkey have women rectors, despite women making up 43.58 percent of all academics in the country. According to education specialist Alaaddin Dinçer, the absence of women among universities' boards of directors is the result of a "consciously made decision."

  8. Greek–Turkish relations - Wikipedia–Turkish_relations

    The Greek War of Independence: The Struggle for Freedom from the Ottoman Oppression and the Birth of the Modern Greek Nation. Overlook Press. ISBN 978-1-84511-504-3. Keridis, Dimitris et al. (editors) (2001). Greek-Turkish Relations: In the Era of Globalization. Brassey's Inc. ISBN 1-57488-312-7. CS1 maint: extra text: authors list

  9. Barack Obama - Wikipedia

    Barack Hussein Obama II (/ b ə ˈ r ɑː k h uː ˈ s eɪ n oʊ ˈ b ɑː m ə / bə-RAHK hoo-SAYN oh-BAH-mə; born August 4, 1961) is an American politician, author, and retired attorney who served as the 44th president of the United States from 2009 to 2017.