- Argentina beats Dutch in shootout to reach World Cup final
- Tanard Jackson suspended indefinitely by NFL — again
- FAA investigating fireworks drone flights
- Pentagon: We’ll give Obama a drone strike with al-Baghdadi’s name on it
- Marine in Mexican custody to get day in court after 101 days
- Senate OKs San Antonio mayor as housing secretary
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- Sen. Ted Cruz tweets Obama directions from fundraisers to border towns
- Israel hits key Hamas targets in Gaza offensive
- Ten-year sentence for New Orleans’ Nagin on graft charges
Question of the Day
Foreign visitors in Washington this week include:
• Arthur Chaskalson, retired justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa, who leads a panel discussion on international human rights law at the George Washington University Law School.
• Jane Goodall, the renowned British primatologist and conservationist. She hosts the fourth annual Jane Goodall Institute Global Leadership Awards Celebration at George Washington University.
• Health Minister Ferruccio Fazio of Italy, who discusses global aging issues in an address at the 2010 U.S.-Italy Global Health Forum, held at the Italian Embassy.
• Mikhail Korchemkin, founder and managing director of East European Gas Analysis; Tony Melling, a British researcher on natural gas exploration and production; and Hidehiro Nakagami, deputy representative of Tokyo Gas. They discuss natural gas energy in Europe in a forum at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
• Sheel Kant Sharma, secretary-general of the South Asian Regional Cooperation, who discusses the successes of and the challenges facing the trade alliance in a briefing at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
• Brenda Shaffer, a political science lecturer at Israel’s University of Haifa. The author of “Energy Politics” discusses the Caspian Sea at the School for Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University.
• Antonio Cluny, a senior Portuguese public prosecutor, and Bob Denmark, a former detective superintendent of England’s Lancashire Constabulary. They discuss the death penalty at an 11 a.m. news conference at the National Press Club.
• Fadile Dyle, director of Department of Infrastructure and Technical Services in Kosovo’s Ministry of Education Science and Technology; Burbuqe Grajgevci, human resources manager at the Rural Finance Project of Kosovo; and Diturie Hoxha, executive director of the Kosovo Bankers Association. The discuss Kosovo’s education system at a forum sponsored by the United States Institute of Peace.
• Nadja Hirsch, a member of the European Parliament from the German Free Democratic Party. She discusses immigration issues in Europe at a briefing at the Friedrich Naumann Foundation.
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James Morrison joined the The Washington Times in 1983 as a local reporter covering Alexandria, Va. A year later, he was assigned to open a Times bureau in Canada. From 1987 to 1989, Mr. Morrison was The Washington Times reporter in London, covering Britain, Western Europe and NATO issues. After returning to Washington, he served as an assistant foreign editor ...
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