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Exclusive: Afghan Insurgents Use Planned Koran Burning to Turn Villagers Against U.S.
Gen. Petraeus Warns That Pictures of Koran Burn Will Have 'Indelible' Effect
President Obama to Highlight to the Muslim World Indonesia's Example of Democracy and Pluralism
JAKARTA, INDONESIA -- On Wednesday morning, President Obama will deliver a speech before an estimated crowd of six thousand at the University of Indonesia in which he will discuss his personal experience living in Indonesia as a young boy as part of a larger conversation about his hopes for the ...
Skies Clear for Obama Arrival in Indonesia
ABC News' Ann Compton reports: President Obama will not have to disappoint his Indonesian hosts a third time. Jakarta airport officials say Monday morning the skies have cleared of volcanic ash which forced the cancellation of some commercial flights and...
G-20 Summit Grants Obama Face Time
The main topic at this weekend's G-20 summit of major and emerging economies in Toronto will be how to sustain the global recovery, but President Obama will use some time to take an important diplomatic tour 'round the world. Landlocked recently by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and other domestic
President Obama Visits Louisiana for a 3rd Time Since the BP Oil Spill
GRAND ISLE, LA. -- President Obama will touch down in New Orleans later today, where he’ll meet with some Gulf state governors and be briefed by the National Incident Commander for Deepwater BP oil spill response, Coast Guard Admiral Thad...
Reality Check on Climate Summit: No Final Agreement Expected in Copenhagen
From Sunlen Miller SINGAPORE - President Obama attended an unscheduled and last minute meeting on climate change this morning in Singapore, in which the 19 APEC leaders agreed that the upcoming international Copenhagen summit in December would be “the first...
The Presidential Planner Abroad
ABC News' Sunlen Miller reports: SINGAPORE -- This morning President Obama wakes up in Singapore after arriving late last night. The president will start his morning with a breakfast meeting on climate change with APEC leaders in advance of December’s...
Explosive Materials Found at Jakarta Bombing Identical to 2002 Bali Blast Scene
Forensic Evidence Also Will Help Identify Remains Believed to Be One of the Suicide Bombers
Are Jakarta Bombings Tied to Al Qaeda?
Coordinated bomb blasts ripped through two luxury hotels in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta today leaving at least nine dead and more than 50 wounded. Indonesian security officials believe the attacks were carried out by suicide bombers and Jakarta's chief of police told reporters today that the