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Topic - Charles Ray
Lawyers for a woman facing the death penalty in Mississippi say the state isn't telling them enough about where it's getting execution drugs and how it plans to use them.
The head of Pakistan's intelligence agency is due in Washington this week, as U.S.-Pakistani relations remain tense and just days after Pakistan's ambassador here demanded an end to U.S. drone attacks against terrorist targets in her country.
A former Canadian ambassador to the U.S. is blaming President Obama for doing what many would think impossible: Tanking relations with America's northern neighbor and largest trading partner.
Myrtle Gomez and her company, Nursing Enterprises Inc., have donated more than $20,000 to D.C. and federal politicians over the years, even as the D.C.-based home health agency has struggled to pay years of overdue taxes.
U.S. Ambassador Charles Ray tried to soothe tense diplomatic relations with Zimbabwe by meeting with the chairman of the ruling party and insisting that Washington plays no favorites in the domestic political relations.
Zimbabwe's economy is set to grow three times faster than the U.S. economy this year, according to new official projections released last week, in a striking turnaround for the southern African country that three years ago posted a 500 billion percent inflation rate and was considered an economic basket case.
A secret cable from the U.S. ambassador in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) underscored the perilous position of some pro-American Arab leaders dealing with terrorist infiltrators, rumors of Israeli hit squads and populations suspicious of Western motives.
International hip-hop/reggae artist Wyclef Jean this week ended months of rumors and declared his candidacy for president of Haiti, setting up a possible family feud with his uncle, the former Haitian ambassador to the United States who also is planning to run for president.
Former Ambassador Charles Ray, who left the foreign service recently, said that he had "on multiple occasions dealt with [situations] ... where security upgrades were warranted by conditions on the ground but unfunded."