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Insulted Iran Officials Plan to Sue Over 'Argo'
Iranian officials are so angered at the way the Oscar-winning film “Argo” portrayed their country, they plan to sue its makers, including director Ben Affleck. Iran media is reporting today that the government is in talks with French lawyer Isabelle Coutant-Peyre to figure out where...
Venezuela: Radical Group Promises Violence if Chávez Loses Election
CARACAS-- The countdown to the Venezuelan elections has officially begun. With less than 24 hours to go, the tension in the polarized country is palpable. In past elections there have been rumors of violence, but they never amounted to much. This time around, with President Hugo Chávez forced to
The Global Note: Greek Drama…Now Italy?…Iran Nuclear Program…Russian Coach Goes Wild
EURO-MESS: NEW GOVERNMENT FOR GREECE; ITALY REELING; WHAT NEXT? -GREEK DRAMA…First, some good news – sort of: Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou and conservative opposition leader Antonis Samaras meet today to name a new caretaker prime minister and cabinet, after Papandreou agreed to step ...
Venezuela Supports Native Son Carlos the Jackal , Official Says
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Says Country Provides Support 'From a Human Point of View' to Notorious Terrorist
Paying a Visit to Bin Laden's House
As the U.S. works to save Darfur, the CIA needs Sudan's help to fight terror.
Webcast: Mosque Attack; Bin Laden's House; Lil' Bush
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'Miz Julia' Speaks: Inside D.C.'s Most Notorious Escort Service
DC MADAM 'Miz Julia' Speaks: Inside D.C.'s Most Notorious Escort Service Some of the most in-demand women working for the "D.C. Madam" were in their 50s, according to the woman at the center of the scandal. ( ABC News ) John School for Scandal As part of a crackdown on prostitution, the Justice
International Manhunts in Recent History
Osama bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and their al Qaeda, Taliban and Baath Party cohorts are not the first enemies of the United States or its allies to be hunted around the globe. Following are some high-profile international manhunts from recent history. Saddam Hussein , Deposed Iraqi President Iraq
The Insider: Daily Terrorism Report
Former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein appeared before a single Iraqi judge in a courtroom near Baghdad today to hear charges of crimes stemming from his reign. Eleven other senior members of his Baathist regime are also facing criminal charges for alleged atrocities committed during more than three
Finding World's Bad Guys Often Not Easy
After 9/11, President Bush vowed he would get Osama bin Laden "dead or alive." But a little more than two years later, bin Laden apparently is functioning well enough to issue periodic audio and videotapes that taunt America. Likewise, deposed Iraqi President Saddam Hussein purportedly has issued