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Topic - Harry K. Thomas Jr.
Ben Affleck finally thanked Canada, and the Canadian ambassador portrayed in the Oscar-winning movie "Argo" is satisfied.
The United States is withholding crucial military aid to the Philippines to protest its failure to hold security authorities responsible for "extrajudicial killings," according to the U.S. ambassador in Manila.
The deputy ambassador at the British Embassy recently boasted about the British burning of the White House during the War of 1812, calling the sacking of Washington a "great British victory."
The U.S. ambassador to the Philippines blamed corrupt officials for the continuation of the illegal sex trade and praised the Philippines government for fighting what he called the "evils of human trafficking."
"Bring your family and friends," Mr. Thomas says in his video. "See you there."
"Prepare for two days of fun and an all-American party," U.S. Ambassador Harry K. Thomas Jr. says in an Internet video that has all of the sophistication of a used-car commercial.