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President Obama's Libya initiative has splintered the political spectrum, creating some strange bedfellows.
Congressional leaders Sunday denounced the recent Koran burning in Florida that is being blamed for days of deadly anti-American riots across Afghanistan and hinted at possible congressional condemnation or hearings.
Waste and sheer, utter, unmitigated incompetence always disappoint me. When they involve the treasure of the nation, and potentially the lives of our service members, it is unconscionable.
Thousands of Syrians marched through a Damascus suburb Sunday in funerals for those killed in new protests, as the president appointed a former agriculture minister to form a new government as part of limited gestures to those calling for sweeping political change.
Turkey's evolving responses to the war in Libya are just the latest indication of its goal to be a power broker on the world stage — one that balances its alliances to Mideast leaders such as Col. Gadhafi with calls for them to reform in the face of street revolts.
Col. Moammar Gadhafi appeared to be scrambling for a political solution to the civil war in Libya, as his favorite son proposed a peace plan and a key envoy headed to Greece on Sunday with a message to the prime minister from the Libyan dictator.
Libyan rebels want to install a parliamentary democracy in place of longtime ruler Col. Moammar Gadhafi, one of their top leaders said Sunday, dismissing Western fears that their movement could be hijacked by Islamic extremists.
The United States and its allies need to know much more about the rebels in Libya before providing them with advanced weapons to fight Libyan leader Col. Moammar Gadhafi's forces, key U.S. lawmakers said Sunday.
Two American soldiers were killed in a rocket attack that struck their unit in southern Iraq, the U.S. military said Sunday.