State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland called North Korea’s deployment of an intercontinental ballistic missile “highly provocative,” and said the country would face international consequences at Wednesday’s briefing. The country’s foreign ministry asked that the launch not be “overblown” in
QAEDA BOMBER WAS A SPY -HOW IT WENT DOWN…No wonder counter-terrorism officials could say with confidence that the U.S. was never at risk as this latest bomb plot unfolded: the would-be suicide bomber was an informant – a well-placed plant from a foreign intelligence service....
Cheng Guangcheng, the blind human rights activist who escaped house arrest and was widely believed to be under the protection of the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, is seeking medical treatment at Chaoyang hospital in Beijing and has reunited with his family, according to a senior U.S. official. Sources
A blind human rights activist may be under the protection of U.S. diplomats.
Top officials from the U.S. and China are locked in intense meetings regarding the fate of activist Chen Guangcheng, according to a U.S. based advocacy group. The State Department, officials at the U.S. Embassy and the Chinese government continue to decline to comment about the human rights
The U.S. State Department is being tight-lipped on the whereabouts of blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng, who escaped house arrest last week, but the organization that helped him escape says he's in the hands of U.S. diplomats. Chen, a 40-year-old human rights activist who has campaigned for
U.S. GONE, BAGHDAD ERUPTS – AGAIN And once again the violence appears driven by sectarian differences. A wave of explosions struck two Shiite neighborhoods in Baghdad and then pilgrims in the South Thursday, killing at least 57 people and intensifying fears that insurgents are stepping...
Years ago George crafted their comedy routine around the TV weatherman. was checking out the radar warning of threatening thunderstorms. When He spotted some incoming Soviet IC branch. Well He I guess we don't have to swept the thunderstorms. Hughes broke last night that doesn't quite fall into
Real estate saleswoman Jiang Rong knows there are restrictions on Internet access in China. "But it's not a problem as I only go online to watch TV dramas," says Jiang, 21, of the southwestern city Chengdu. "I agree with the government that 'harmony' is most important for China now," she says,