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Turkish police seized nearly 50 pounds of plastic explosives and arrested 12 in connection with what they believe was a bomb plot on the U.S. Embassy in Ankara.
ABC's "World News," once a leader in innovative journalism and international news, has become a program that provides predictable coverage, with only a few reporters apparently leaving the office to cover stories.
Secretary of State John F. Kerry will be confronted by a daunting task Monday when he arrives at Foggy Bottom: winning over the rank-and-file diplomats at the State Department, where the outspoken love for Hillary Rodham Clinton, the former secretary, remains on full display.
The suicide bomber who struck the U.S. Embassy in Ankara spent several years in prison on terrorism charges but was released on probation after being diagnosed with a hunger strike-related brain disorder, officials said Saturday.
A leftist militant group in Turkey has claimed responsibility for the suicide attack on the U.S. Embassy in Ankara. The outlawed Revolutionary People's Liberation Party-Front, or DHKP-C, did so Saturday in a statement posted on a website linked to the group.
The Space Shuttle Discovery flying piggyback on a Boeing 747 for its "Last Hurrah" flight around the Washington Monument and the White House was a grim reminder of misplaced and misspent priorities.
An Israeli ambassador described Turkey's prime minister as a "fundamentalist" who hates the Jewish state on religious grounds, according a U.S. diplomatic cable recently released.
U.S. diplomats are still wrestling with the question of whether Turkey's ruling party is part of a fundamentalist Muslim movement bent on imposing brutal Islamic law on a country founded on democratic secular principles.