DAVOS - Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak might have shown no sign of steeping down by appointing Omar Suleiman, the country's intelligence chief and a close ally, as his Vice President, but a majority of Arab executives gathered in Davos are of the opinion that the massive protests across the country would inevitably end Mubarak's authoritarian grip.

DAVOS - Yukiya Amano, Director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has warned that nuclear material may be falling into the hands of terrorists.

DAVOS - World Economic Forum (WEF) delegates faced a scare of sorts on Thursday when one of the hotels in which they were staying, reported a minor explosion.

DAVOS - World business leaders continue to see China as the engine of global economic growth despite the tremendous challenges it faces in shifting from an investment and export-led development pattern to a consumer-led one in the coming years.
Human Rights Day: UN Calls For Liu Xiaobo’s Release
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND (GaeaTimes.com)- As countries across the world celebrate the International Human Rights Day on Friday, Navi Pillay, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights made an appeal to the Chinese government to released Chinese dissident and Nobel Prize winner Liu Xiaobo.
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