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U.N. Headache For Obama

The Obama administration is expected to face a stern challenge of its foreign policy at the United Nations Security Council Friday if a draft resolution is voted on by members of the council. The Palestinian and Lebanese sponsored draft resolution condemns "the continuation of settlement activities by Israel, the occupying power, in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem..." It furthermore ... read more

February 17, 2011

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Serafin Gomez

February 16, 2011 7:19 PM

Who was Jaime Zapata? Hero Remembered

U.S. Special Agent Jaime Jorge Zapata was shot and killed in the line of duty Tuesday afternoon, reportedly by members of the notorious drug cartel, Los Zetas, while driving between ... read more



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Adam Housley

February 16, 2011 11:05 AM

The Coast Guard’s New Cutter

Aboard the USCG Cutter Waesche we are more than impressed. At this time of the morning, the fog envelopes San Francisco to the point that we can't see Alcatraz, or even a slight glimpse of the city, as the 418 foot long ship gently slices through the ... read more



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Serafin Gomez

January 17, 2011 7:20 PM

U.S. “Surprised” by Baby Doc’s Return

MIAMI, Fla - A State Department spokesman responded to the unexpected news that former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier had returned to Haiti on Sunday -- the tiny nation ... read more



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Greg Palkot

January 15, 2011 7:02 AM

New US Reality in Tunisia

LONDON Tunisia is one of those good news/bad news stories for US foreign policy. On the face of it, it’s great.    Young, educated people, rising up against a long-entrenched authoritarian ruler.   Demanding a more fair economy and a more transparent democracy.  For the most part, until threatened, doing it in a peaceful manner. Remarkably against all odds ... read more



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Greg Palkot

January 11, 2011 10:28 AM

Assange Fears Gitmo and The Chair

LONDON--   WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange is worried about getting sent to the US, Gitmo, and The “Chair.”   Those fears are spelled out in what he calls a “skeleton defense” posted on Assange’s lawyer’s web site. This follows a hearing today at London’s Belmarsh Magistrate’s Court before a full hearing next month dealing with Assange’s ... read more



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Dominic Di-Natale

January 6, 2011 6:13 AM

U.S. “exclusion” from Taliban peace talks

| BRIEFING | Islamabad, Jan 06, 2011 | Pakistan and Afghanistan have reportedly agreed to find a joint method to negotiate directly with the Taliban – one that would exclude the U.S. from the discussions. This pact will not sit well with the U.S. State Department, which thinks the timing is too premature for negotiations with the Taliban. It would rather continue to ... read more



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Dominic Di-Natale

January 5, 2011 5:43 AM

Pak’s big step closer to destabilization

| ANALYSIS | ISLAMABAD, Jan 05, 2011 | The burial of Punjab provincial governor Salman Taseer took place this afternoon in Lahore, the home city of Pakistan's champion of liberalism. Thousands of police remain on high alert around the country. Tension will remain high over the coming days, with potential for further civil unrest countrywide as various factions will ... read more



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Dominic Di-Natale

December 17, 2010 12:55 PM

Pakistan bucks again at US terror pressure

Pakistan says the United States is not sufficiently supporting the country's struggle against insurgents. As America's most important ally in the war against Islamic extremists, Pakistan has received billions of dollars in military and economic aid from the United States, Europe and China. The U.S. alone has handed over a significant proportion of $5 billion it has ... read more



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Dominic Di-Natale

December 16, 2010 8:06 AM

U.S drones kill white British militant-linked Muslim converts in Pakistan

Two white British citizens, both Muslim converts, were killed on December 10 by a U.S. drone attack in the Datta Khel area of North Waziristan. An official, who requested anonymity due to his close knowledge of the operation, tells Fox News the men had assumed Abu Bakr and Mansoor Ahmed as their names. Ahmed is believed to be Gerry Smith. Bakr's other identity is given ... read more



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Dominic Di-Natale

December 14, 2010 3:35 PM

Life after Holbrooke, Pakistan’s Protector

ISLAMABAD, Dec 14 – Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Mike Mullen appeared here today, 24 hours after the commander of NATO forces in Afghanistan clashed with Pakistan's own military chief over what the U.S. considers is this country's indifference to eradicating Islamic militant groups. Adding to the pressure on the authorities is the shocking defection by ... read more