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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Republic Of Macedonia
Police in Macedonia have arrested the head of the country's biggest museum, a former senior heritage official and six others over the theft of 162 ancient pieces of jewelry from the museum's collections.
World No. 1 GM Magnus Carlsen of Norway is the leader at the half-post in the FIDE Candidates Tournament now under way in London. Co-leader Levon Aronian suffered his first loss of the event in Monday's Round 9 against Israel GM Boris Gelfand, leaving Carlsen alone in first by a half-point in the double round-robin event.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled Thursday in favor of a German man who says the CIA illegally kidnapped him and took him to a secret prison in Afghanistan in 2003. The decision was hailed by critics of the so-called extraordinary renditions programs in the U.S. war on terrorism.
Azra Ajeti's fellow Gypsies have been buffeted by accusations of filing bogus asylum claims in the rich European Union, but she says there's nothing phony about her family's life of misery.
Greece is being "irrational" in opposing Macedonia's bid to join NATO because it objects to the country's name, the Balkan nation's foreign minister says.
Finland put itself in position to reach the quarterfinals of the European basketball championship for the first time, using its perimeter shooting to beat Georgia 87-73 on Saturday.
Macedonia is 20 years old, if you're talking about the former Yugoslav republic. Or it's thousands of years old, if you're talking ancient history.
Sept. 8 is the Republic of Macedonia's 19th birthday. Since 1991, Macedonia has worked its way through the painful transition from a socialist state born out of Yugoslavia to the point where it is today - a contributing member of the family of nations, an exporter of stability and a reliable ally of the United States and NATO.
Name game blame
Name game blame
U.S. taxpayers send tens of millions of dollars in foreign aid to the Republic of Liberia, yet the West African nation owes the D.C. government back taxes on its 16th Street embassy property in Northwest, city records show.