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The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, turned them into widows and the four "Jersey Girls," as they became known, turned themselves into activists.
Thousands of Somalis attended a rally Tuesday to celebrate the withdrawal of Islamist rebels from bases in the Somali capital, even as the militants executed three men accused of spying in a de facto court.
President Obama's decision to commit American forces to Libya appears to have helped oust the regime of Col. Moammar Gadhafi, but the second-guessing is unlikely to end as attention turns to the rebel forces and what role the U.S. will play in shaping a new government or keeping the peace.
The rioting and looting that shocked Britain two weeks ago are raising questions about whether London is a secure location for next year's Summer Olympics.
U.S. intelligence agencies are investigating reports that al Qaeda-aligned groups played a key role in the deadly commando-style attack near the Israeli resort town of Eilat last week.
From a record-breaking drought that has devastated much of the American South and keeps getting worse to the U.S. economy and what Time magazine's cover story calls "The Decline and Fall of Europe (and Maybe the West)"; civil wars in Libya and Syria; renewed terrorism in Iraq; and endless fighting in Afghanistan, the good news was hard to detect.
The Republican presidential field showered praise on the Libyan rebels and described the collapse of Col. Moammar Gadhafi's regime as a victory for freedom and a "cause for cautious celebration" Monday, but steered clear of giving the Obama administration any credit for military intervention there.
Arab nations demanded Monday that Syria allow an international probe on whether crimes against humanity have been committed during the country's bloody crackdown, illustrating the growing world isolation of President Bashar Assad.