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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Nigel Inkster
Nations with hostages in Algeria have reacted with muted anger to the North African country's decision to launch a military rescue mission without consultation.
There's a growing risk that Iran might launch terror attacks against U.S. targets, including in the homeland, as tensions rise over Tehran's nuclear program and the U.S.-led sanctions against the Islamic regime, according the U.S. intelligence chief.
for economic reasons, as well as for security and geopolitical reasons," he said.
Inkster said governments "are going to have to think long and hard" about how to respond to the attack, and to