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  • Airports: Are we any safer?

    Airports: Are we any safer?
    On May 1, 1961, Inez Harlow flew into the history books. The 23-year-old flight attendant had been suspicious of the slim passenger from the moment he boarded the National Airlines Convair CV-440 in Miami. "He had dark glasses on, his collar up,...
  • Settlement policy makes Israel a troublesome ally

    Your article "Israel approves new east Jerusalem housing" (Aug.12) shows once again that Israel is more interested in stealing Palestinian land than in a peace settlement with the Palestinians. Israel has been brutally oppressing the Palestinians for...
  • U.N. ploy could benefit Israel

    U.N. ploy could benefit Israel
    In September, the Palestinian Authority of Mahmoud Abbas plans to bring a statehood petition to the United Nations. The initial plan is to bring it to the Security Council for approval. If the U.S. vetoes it, as expected, the PA will then bring it to...
  • Nepal forms caretaker government pending new elections

    Nepal forms caretaker government pending new elections
    KATMANDU, Nepal — Nepal announced the formation of a caretaker government Tuesday and settled into a tense calm after a weekend constitutional crisis led the prime minister to call elections, some four years and several shaky governments after the...
  • Gingrich sees Egypt as Obama version of Iran hostage crisis

    Gingrich sees Egypt as Obama version of Iran hostage crisis
    Newt Gingrich waited until the day before Colorado's Republican presidential contest to start campaigning here, and -- as if to make up for lost time -- took the guns-blazing approach upon arrival. The former House speaker opened a rally here in this...
  • Hostage crises, then and now

    Hostage crises, then and now
    The State Department is probably very pleased with the outcome of last week's hostage crisis in Algeria, although given the loss of innocent lives it would be impolitic for officials to say so. In case you missed it, Islamic militants had held an...
  • Israel retaliates following rocket attack from within Lebanon [Updated]

     
    Recent calm along the Israel-Lebanon border broke early Tuesday after unknown assailants in southern Lebanon fired four rockets into northern Israel, the first such attack since 2009....
  • Blasts kill nearly two dozen Shiite pilgrims in Iraq

     
    Attacks on Shiite Muslim pilgrims in Iraq: Nearly two dozen Iraqis were killed and more than 75 wounded Monday in at least seven attacks on pilgrims headed to or from the Shiite holy city of Karbala in southern Iraq....
  • Baghdad bombings leave at least 60 dead, nearly 200 injured

     
    Baghdad bombings: A string of Baghdad bombings killed at least 60 people and injured nearly 200. The attacks came just days after the last U.S. troops left Iraq....
  • Ex-President Musharraf says he will return to Pakistan this month

     
    REPORTING FROM ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN -- Former President Pervez Musharraf said Sunday that he planned to return to Pakistan in late January to prepare to campaign for elections, but authorities said he would be arrested as soon as he arrived at the airport....
  • 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....