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Maryland Voters Prepare for State's Primary
ABC's Mariam Khan talks with voters in Maryland ahead of the state's primary.
Fog of Benghazi: Al Qaeda, Dead Americans and an Emerging Threat
Who Are the 5 Groups That Participated in the Benghazi Attack, Killing a U.S. Ambassador?
The Note's Must-Reads for Monday, November 11, 2013
The Note’s Must-Reads are a round-up of today’s political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News’ Jayce Henderson, Amanda VanAllen, Carrie Halperin and Jordan Mazza IRAN ABC News’ Isobel...
Egyptian-American Journalist Tweets She was Sexually Assaulted, Beaten While in Custody in Cairo
Acclaimed Egyptian-American columnist Mona Eltahawy, released today in Cairo, said Egyptian security forces sexually assaulted and beat her so severely that an arm and hand were broken during her overnight detention. "I AM FREE," she wrote on her Twitter page just after noon local time. "12 hours
Post-Traumatic Stress Cure: Writer Stages Her Own Rape
Human Rights Reporter Mac McClelland: 'I Needed It to Be Violent and Forceful'
CBS' Lara Logan Recounts Sexual Assault by Egyptian Mob
CBS correspondent Lara Logan said she had no doubt she "was in the process of dying" as a mob sexually assaulted her in Egypt's Tahrir Square while she was covering the political uprising in that country. "There was no doubt in my mind that I was in the process of dying," Logan told CBS News' Scott
CBS Reporter Lara Logan Opens Up About Tahrir Square Attack
Logan Breaks Silence, Calls Attention to Sexual Violence Against Female Journalists
CBS' Lara Logan Thought She Would Die During Sexual Assault in Egypt
CBS correspondent Lara Logan thought she was about to die as she endured a sexual assault in Egypt's Tahrir Square while covering the political uprising in that country. "There was no doubt in my mind that I was in the process of dying," Logan told CBS News' Scott Pelley in an interview that will
New York Times Journalist Endured Sexual Assaults, Death Threats in Libya
A war photographer for the New York Times, the only woman in a group of four journalists captured in Libya last week, said that she was sexual assaulted and threatened with death by Libyan soldiers while in captivity. Lynsey Addario and her colleagues were released into the custody of the Turkish
Controversy Over Lara Logan Criticism
Why some in the media are pointing fingers at the assaulted journalist herself.