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'Memogate' Fallout: Pakistani Ambassador to U.S. Resigns
Husain Haqqani Calls Allegations of Anti-Military Plot 'Meaningless Controversy'
The Global Note: Egypt’s 2nd Revolution…Turkey to Assad: Time To Go…Bush Helping Africa…$1 Million Left in Pizzeria
EGYPT — THE SECOND REVOLUTION -MILLION-MAN MARCH…The crowds continue to jam Tahrir Square. And the story at the moment appears simple — and stark: Either the military mollifies the masses; or the fury grows. It could go either way tonight. Egyptian protesters may not have...
Ratings Report for ABC News’ “This Week with Christiane Amanpour” For Sunday, June 19, 2011
“THIS WEEK WITH CHRISTIANE AMANPOUR” GROWS 3% IN ADULS 25-54 FROM PREVIOUS YEAR On June 19, 2011, ABC News’ “This Week with Christiane Amanpour” attracted 2.003 million Total Viewers and 633,000 Adults 25-54, according to Nielsen Media Research. “This Week”...
Pakistan Ambassador Defends Arrest of CIA Informants
Husain Haqqani Says Individuals Who Helped Track Bin Laden Not Being Punished
Roundtable: Experts Debate Pakistan and Libya
A key question this week all Republican changing on America as well as. And how does the United States mend relations with Pakistan which is a crucial ally in the fight against terrorism and extremism. That relationship has been sorely tested since Osama bin Laden was discovered hiding in Pakistan.
'This Week' Transcript: Sen. John McCain
Plus discussions on troop withdrawals in Afghanistan and the latest on the 2012 field.
Coming Up on 'This Week,' Sen. John McCain
Plus Roundtable Debates on Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan and the State of the 2012 GOP Field
Ratings Report for ABC News’ “This Week with Christiane Amanpour” For Sunday, May 8, 2011
“THIS WEEK WITH CHRISTIANE AMANPOUR” IMPROVES WEEK-TO-WEEK IN TOTAL VIEWERS (+13%) AND IN ADULTS 25-54 (+8%) “THIS WEEK” GROWS YEAR-TO-YEAR IN TOTAL VIEWERS (+22%) AND IN A25-54 (+11%) On May 8, 2011, ABC News’ “This Week with Christiane Amanpour” drew...
Obama: Bin Laden must have had Pakistani 'support network'
In his first public comments on Pakistan since the death of Osama bin Laden, President Obama said the al-Qaeda leader must have had "some sort of support network" there, although he doesn't know if it included government officials. "We don't know whether there might have been some people inside of