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David Carradine

David Carradine
David Carradine was the star of the 1970s television series "Kung Fu" and the "Kill Bill" series of movies. Carradine appeared as a guest on various television series and served as a spokesman for Yellowbook. On June 4, 2009, Carradine was found dead in a hotel room in Bangkok, Thailand.
David Carradine was the star of the 1970s television series "Kung Fu" and the "Kill Bill" series of movies. Carradine appeared as a guest on various television series and served as a spokesman for Yellowbook. On June 4, 2009, Carradine was found dead in a hotel room in Bangkok, Thailand. « Show less
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Egyptian Revolution (2011-12)

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  • Two explosions rock Syrian capital

     
    Two explosions targeting security buildings rocked the Syrian capital on Friday, killing at least 30 people, state-run media reported. The attacks came the day after the arrival of an advance team from the Arab League to prepare for an observer mission to...
  • Arab observers visit restive Syrian city of Homs

     
    Observers from the Arab League begin get their first look at the restive Syrian city of Homs. But activists say the Arab League's presence is not halting a crackdown against dissent in Syria....
  • Egypt to return seized equipment and money, U.S. officials say

     
    Egypt has agreed to return equipment and money seized Thursday from nongovernmental groups and to begin formal talks over their disputed participation in Egypt's political system, State Department officials said Friday....
  • Syrian officials say 11 killed in Damascus bombing

     
    An explosion rocked the Syrian capital on Friday, killing at least 11 people and injuring dozens, state media reported. It was the second deadly bombing to strike Syria's capital, Damascus, in as many weeks....
  • Syria holds funeral service for victims of Damascus bombing

     
    Syria bombing: Thousands turn out for the funeral service Saturday for victims of a bombing in the Syrian capital, Damascus, waving flags and holding up pictures of President Bashar Assad, state media reported. Syrian opposition activists report nine more...
  • Syria's Assad vows to strike with 'iron fist' against uprising

     
    In his first national address since June, Syrian President Bashar Assad on Tuesday blamed a nearly 10-month uprising on unspecified “foreign conspiracies” and vowed to strike "with an iron fist” against opponents he labeled terrorists......
  • French journalist killed while reporting in Syria

     
    A French journalist was killed Wednesday while reporting in the restive Syrian city of Homs. The French television channel France 2 confirmed the death of its reporter, Gilles Jacquier, in Syria....
  • Arab League to increase the number of its monitors in Syria

     
    The Arab League is pressing ahead with a heavily criticized observer mission in Syria, saying it will increase the number of monitors and calling on all sides to halt months of bloodshed. The head of the observers briefed an Arab League ministerial...
  • Arab troops should be dispatched to Syria, Qatar emir says

     
    Syria, Qatar, Arab League, Arab Spring: Arab troops should be dispatched to Syria to halt bloodshed that has shown no sign of abating despite the presence of Arab League observers in the country, the emir of Qatar has suggested, the first time that an...
  • The U.S.: Still the protector of Mideast strongmen [Blowback]

     
    Obama has continued and in many cases increased U.S. aid (most of it military) to clients such as Morocco and Jordan, sold tens of billions of dollars in advanced weaponry to Saudi Arabia and other Persian Gulf allies,...
  • Syrian observer mission in turmoil as Saudi Arabia pulls out

     
    Saudi Arabia said Sunday that it is pulling its observers out of Syria because it sees no evidence that Damascus is complying with an Arab League initiative to end months of bloodshed....