PORT-AU-PRINCE | The U.S. has no plans to halt aid to earthquake-ravaged Haiti in spite of a crisis over who will be the nation’s next leader but does insist that the president’s chosen successor be dropped from the race, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday.
Two candidates can go on to the delayed second round, now scheduled for March 20.
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LAHORE | Hard-line Islamic leaders on Sunday rallied at least 15,000 people against a U.S. official arrested in the shooting deaths of two Pakistanis and warned the government not to cave in to U.S. pressure to release the man.
The protest in the eastern city of Lahore, where the shootings took place, erupted as the U.S. Embassy once again insisted that the American has diplomatic immunity and was being detained illegally by Pakistan. But Pakistan has refused to budge, saying courts must decide the matter.
The spat has revealed the fragility of a relationship that Washington says is crucial for success in Afghanistan and against al Qaeda.
BUENOS AIRES | Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff will make Argentina her first foreign stop Monday in a bid to shore up what she called “special and strategic” ties between South America’s biggest economies.View Entire Story
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