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Latest Libyan Police Items
Four foreigners were arrested in Libya on suspicion of distributing books about Christianity and proselytizing, a Libyan police spokesman said on Saturday.
We now have the so-called Independent Accountability Review Board report on the Sept. 11 attack on our Benghazi special mission compound.
International officials engaged in a two-pronged effort Wednesday to engage Iran about concerns that the country may have worked on nuclear weapons. A U.N. team is seeking access to a site linked to such suspected activity, and European Union negotiators is looking to restart talks with Tehran meant to ease such fears.
By now my colleagues in the Senate are familiar with the tragic story of Pakistani doctor Shakil Afridi. Since Dr. Afridi was taken into custody by Pakistani officials in May 2012, I have been fighting for his release. I have also been working for a vote on a bill that would cut foreign aid to Pakistan until they free this ally of America.