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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Qatar'S Government
Asiacell, one of Iraq's three mobile service providers, said Tuesday it is looking to raise $1.3 billion through what would be the country's biggest stock offering yet.
The State Department recently denied $2 million in grants to a Russian research institute over concerns the money would be used to boost Moscow's advanced nuclear missile work.
The killing of a South Korean coast guard officer by a Chinese fisherman should have been tailor-made for China's CCTV News as it embarks on an ambitious plan to become a global network with assertive international coverage.
The killing of a South Korean coast guard officer by a Chinese fisherman was a story tailor-made for China's CCTV News as it embarks on an ambitious plan to become a global network with assertive international coverage.