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  • Pakistan's top envoy to the U.S. summoned back to Islamabad

     
    Pakistan’s ambassador to the U.S. this week was summoned back to Islamabad. The envoy, Husain Haqqani, faces questioning about his role in a purported attempt to get Washington's help in reining in Pakistan's powerful military....
  • Obama's easing of Myanmar stance stemmed from sanctions' failure

     
    Soon after taking office, President Obama ordered a review of U.S. policy toward the repressive government in Myanmar that reached a stark conclusion: Attempts to isolate the Myanmar regime weren’t working....
  • Some remain skeptical of Myanmar reforms

     
    For a country where incremental change has been the norm, the past few days for Myanmar have been remarkable. But some remain skeptical....
  • Pakistan's envoy to U.S. resigns over alleged bid for U.S. help

     
    Pakistan’s ambassador to the U.S. stepped down Tuesday following accusations that he engineered a memo to the U.S. that urged Washington to help rein in his country’s powerful armed forces....
  • French court rules that Noriega can be extradited to Panama

     
    French court rules that ex-strongman Manuel Noriega can be extradited back to Panama to face trial. Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega can be shipped back to his homeland to face trial, according to a court ruling in France....
  • Chilean judge charges former U.S. military officer in 1973 deaths

     
    A Chilean judge has formally requested the extradition of a former US Navy officer to face homicide charges in connection with the murders of two US citizens after the 1973 overthrow of President Allende, the subject of the Oscar winning film "Missing"...
  • Somali immigrant pleads guilty to sending money to terrorists

     
    A 25-year-old Somali immigrant pleaded guilty in San Diego federal court Thursday to sending money to help a terrorist group in her native land. Nima Yusuf, who lived in San Diego, admitted that she sent $1,450 to three men who......
  • In rotation: El Rego's 'El Rego Et Ses Commandos'

     
    In the early 1970s, El Rego had to write a song. His country, Benin (then known as the Republic of Dahomey), had just been claimed in a military insurrection, and the army needed anthems. The coup leaders suggested (more like......
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    Black List 2011: The complete list of Hollywood's hottest scripts...
  • Pakistani president returns home amid rising tensions with military

     
    Reporting from Islamabad, Pakistan and Kabul, Afghanistan -- With enmity growing between Pakistan’s civilian government and the powerful military, President Asif Ali Zardari made a surprise return to Pakistan early Monday after a nearly two-week...
  • Chilean court to rule on Neruda exhumation

     
    A Chilean judge is expected to rule soon on whether to exhume the body of Nobel Prize winning poet Pablo Neruda to test whether he was poisoned in the aftermath of the 1973 overthrow of President Salvador Allende...