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Beijing's creeping aggression signals a challenge to U.S. presence in the Asian Pacific
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Topic - American Embassy
A U.S. official says the State Department is ordering nonessential U.S. diplomats and the families of all American Embassy personnel to leave Egypt after the Egyptian military removed Morsi and in anticipation of potential violence.
American diplomats in Seoul, South Korea, sent another not-so-subtle reminder to North Korea's tubby tyrant Kim Jong-un that American strike fighters are lurking across the border - just in case his hot rhetoric morphs into hostile action.
Surprises and snubs on nominations day held the promise of an unpredictable Academy Awards night. But things have settled into the usual predictability, with clear favorites emerging in key categories.
"Argo" continues to shake up the Oscar race by taking the top honor at the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday.
An official in South Africa says a woman suspected of killing an American Embassy employee over the weekend will appear in court Tuesday.
Ben Affleck got some vindication and Jodie Foster made a revelation at the Golden Globe Awards.
Dear Sgt Shaft: I am way out of touch with possible benefits after being honorably discharged in 1977; I actually enlisted in 1971 after serving in Camp Lejeune and also on the MSG program, serving at the American Embassy in London for some three years inclusive. I currently live in the United Kingdom, where I married here and brought up our two daughters. Please give me some help and guide me on any benefits that I can claim, retirement or some other financial benefit.
Dear Sgt. Shaft: I am way out of touch with possible benefits after being honorably discharged in 1977; I actually enlisted in 1971 after serving in Camp Lejeune and also on the MSG program, serving at the American Embassy in London for some three years inclusive.
It's a wildly popular website laden with unlicensed songs and Hollywood movies, a prime exhibit of the digital piracy that is strangling the music industry in Asia and eroding legitimate online sales around the world.
Al Qaeda's branch in Yemen praised the killing of the U.S. ambassador in Libya in a Web statement Saturday and called for more attacks to expel American embassies from Muslim nations.
Despite the deaths of a beloved U.S. ambassador and three others during an attack on the American embassy in Benghazi, the Obama administration is quickly realizing that it has a far bigger problem on its hand in Egypt.
The exploding world of pre-World War II Europe is where this author is at home. Alan Furst is a seamless espionage writer who moves with subtle control through scenes of mounting drama as Paris waits for the ax to fall in 1938.
When Sandra Tamari arrived at Israel's international airport, she received an unusual request: A security agent pushed a computer screen in front of her, connected to Gmail and told her to "log in."
The daring escape of Chinese legal advocate Chen Guang-cheng after 1 1/2 years of illegal home confinement was nothing short of miraculous. It took the world - not to mention Chinese officials and Mr. Chen's guards - by complete surprise.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden said he believes that Chinese legal activist Chen Guangcheng's future is in the United States.