Katy Perry is reportedly seeking the assistance of a “heartbreak coach”. The popstar split with musician John Mayer last month following an on/off relationship.
Stepping up the attackSometimes it seems that success fathers its own problems.
Only Indochinese with special ties will be admitted Since Saigon fell to the Communists in 1975, more than 1.2 million people have fled Indochina, most of them risking perilous journeys overseas in rickety fishing craft. Horrified by the plight of the boat people, a number of countries in Asia and the West liberalized their immigration policies to accommodate the flood of refugees
Libya’s beleaguered rebels may have gotten a reprieve. The United Nations Security Council not only passed a resolution imposing a no-fly zone over Libya but authorized ground attacks on regime forces besieging the opposition stronghold of Benghazi.
The news from Japan continues to be grim.
Fourteen Americans died in a pair of helicopter crashes in Afghanistan on Monday, NATO’s International Security Assistance Force said.
Four civilians died when NATO-led troops in southern Afghanistan fired on a vehicle accelerating in their direction on Saturday, NATO’s International Security Assistance Force said.
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Prime Minister Gordon Brown is increasing British troop levels in Afghanistan to 9,500 — an increase of 500, he announced Wednesday. “We will now move further and faster with our strategy” of training Afghan forces to take responsibility for the country’s security, he said.
The top United Nations official in Afghanistan on Sunday defended himself against allegations that he has been wary to publicly address problems in the country’s recent presidential election. Clarifying his position at a news conference in Kabul on Sunday, Kai Eide admitted that the August 20 vote was marred by “widespread fraud.” Eide, the special representative of the secretary-general for the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), called the allegations against him “personal attacks against me and my integrity” by his recently fired deputy, Peter Galbraith