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But tensions could rise further if militants unleash attacks against the stranded trucks ferrying NATO supplies to Afghanistan

PESHAWAR, Pakistan – Hundreds of trucks carrying supplies to U.S.-led troops in Afghanistan backed up at Pakistani border crossings Sunday, leaving them vulnerable to militant attack a day after Islamabad closed the frontier in retaliation for coalition airstrikes that allegedly killed 24 Pakistani troops. As Pakistan army chief Gen. Ashfaq Pervez Kayani attended the funerals …

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And if they find that, they can get the United States to cooperate and extradite him back to Aruba to face charges

A U.S. businessman suspected in the August disappearance and presumed death of his traveling companion in Aruba must be released from jail next week and will be free to leave the island, a judge ruled Friday. Gary Giordano, a 50-year-old employment agency owner from Gaithersburg, Md., is scheduled to be freed Tuesday without any conditions. …

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The Obama administration has indicated the next likely step will be the enforcement of stronger sanctions, in the hopes that it will stave off a military confrontation, Falk reports|Security Council, it suggests that any action against Iran will be difficult to adopt|France’s Foreign Minister Alain Juppe said the nation would support an “unprecedented scale” of sanctions against Iran if the country resists any continued investigations|nuclear watchdog report that claims Iran is pursuing nuclear weapons|The world community remains divided over how to respond to a U.N|to remain “objective” to hearing Iran’s explanations|opinion|And, with both nations having veto power in the U.N|Falk added that Iran has dispatched all their nuclear envoys to help dispute the report}

The world community remains divided over how to respond to a U.N. nuclear watchdog report that claims Iran is pursuing nuclear weapons. “Diplomatic jockeying has already begun in Tehran, Moscow, Washington and New York,” CBS News foreign affairs analyst Pamela Falk said, adding that the new report by the U.N. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) …

The Obama administration has indicated the next likely step will be the enforcement of stronger sanctions, in the hopes that it will stave off a military confrontation, Falk reports|Security Council, it suggests that any action against Iran will be difficult to adopt|France’s Foreign Minister Alain Juppe said the nation would support an “unprecedented scale” of sanctions against Iran if the country resists any continued investigations|nuclear watchdog report that claims Iran is pursuing nuclear weapons|The world community remains divided over how to respond to a U.N|to remain “objective” to hearing Iran’s explanations|opinion|And, with both nations having veto power in the U.N|Falk added that Iran has dispatched all their nuclear envoys to help dispute the report} Read More »

On Sunday, activists reported fierce clashes in the flashpoint city of Homs, in central Syria, pitting soldiers against army defectors

BEIRUT – The Arab League overwhelmingly approved sanctions Sunday against Syria to pressure Damascus to end its deadly eight-month crackdown on dissent, an unprecedented move by the League against an Arab state. At a news conference in Cairo, Qatari Foreign Minister Hamad bin Jassim said 19 of the League’s 22 member nations approved the sanctions; …

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.” Braswell said he did know how much the wool-blend suit would fetch, but noted that the suit and blazer together sold for $120,000 in 2005

The suit, 바카라 아바타 wool-blend suit was custom-made for Lennon by Ted Lapidus, reports The Hour newspaper. In addition to his Abbey Road outfit, the blazer Lennon wore in the “Imagine” music video and a 1972 Chrysler station wagon that once belonged to Lennon and Yoko Ono are among the other memorabilia being auctioned by …

.” Braswell said he did know how much the wool-blend suit would fetch, but noted that the suit and blazer together sold for $120,000 in 2005 Read More »