In a Statement Hillary Clinton Takes Responsibility for Consulate Security Lapses The Secretary Of State Accepts Responsibility Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has accepted blame for the security lapses before the attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens. “I take responsibility,” Clinton told CNN Monday in Lima, […]
Human Rights Watch has released a report on Syria’s state policy of torture, which includes testimony from former prisoners and security officers, while also revealing that among the victims are women, senior citizens and children. However, Syria’s government routinely denies all allegations of any such abuse. “Basat al reeh.” “Dulab.” “Falaqa.” They are Arabic names for torture […]
Paramilitary policemen keep buy Thursday throughout the Lantern Festival around the final day of Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations in Beijing. For his position in galvanizing protests by means of a Facebook group, which earned him 12 days in police detention, Google executive Wael Ghonim became a hero of your Egyptian revolution. In China, individuals […]
Clinton to Press China on Rare Earth U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she will press China this week to clarify its policy on the exports of rare-earth minerals amid fears Beijing could use them as a political weapon. Mrs. Clinton, en route to Asia for a key regional summit, stressed following a meeting […]
It is midday and girls are flooding out of school, but Nujood Ali is not among them. We find her at the family’s two-room house in an impoverished suburb of the city where Nujood is angry, combative and yelling
On paper, perhaps, Congressman Joe Sestak seems to be on a quixotic mission to unseat Arlen Specter, a 30-year incumbent Senator who is arguably the most successful politician in Pennsylvania history.
The question may have been lost in translation, but a visibly angry Secretary of State Hillary Clinton bluntly told a town-hall meeting in the Democratic Republic of Congo on Monday, "I will you tell you my opinion, I’m not going to channel my husband." The unscripted moment happened as Clinton spoke to students at a Congolese university in Kinshasa, the Congo capital. A male student rose to ask a question about Chinese financial contracts with Congo.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Monday that she will travel to the epicenter of Africa’s longest war Tuesday to try to help victims of more than a decade of regional conflict. Clinton will fly on a United Nations plane to Goma in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo because the U.S. plane for her seven-nation Africa trip is too big, she said.
What can 40 goats and 20 cows buy a Kenyan man? Chelsea Clinton’s love, if you ask Godwin Kipkemoi Chepkurgor. The Kenyan man first offered the dowry nine years ago to then-President Bill Clinton in asking for the hand of his only child
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivered a "tough but lovingly presented" message to Kenya on Thursday: shun corruption and reform government.