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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - 1960-00-00
With her family of six living in five different houses scattered across the city, Dalvaneide Pequeno do Nascimento longs for the days when her whole clan shared the same roof.
Indonesian defense officials have pulled out of the Singapore Airshow amid an escalating row over Jakarta's decision to name a warship after two commandos who carried out a deadly bombing against a civilian target in the city state during the 1960s.
Indonesian defense officials have pulled out of the Singapore Airshow in the first sign of damaged ties from a dispute over Jakarta's naming of a warship after two commandos who carried out a deadly bombing against a civilian target in the city state during the 1960s.
A longtime teacher at a prestigious private school in Northern Virginia has been charged with sexual assaults involving four of his students from the 1960s.