Battle against al-Qaida stepped up in Yemen
WASHINGTON - The Pentagon has poured nearly $70 million in military aid to Yemen this year, a massive financial infusion aimed at eliminating the expanding al-Qaida safe havens in that country.
Yemen is growing front in al-Qaida battle
WASHINGTON - The secretive U.S.
Ill. town welcomes plan to house Gitmo detainees
THOMSON, Ill. - The White House decision to move up to 100 Guantanamo Bay detainees to this dying Mississippi River town has folks here seeing dollar signs, not suspected terrorists.
In a wired world, news good and bad touched all
From climate change, swine flu and economic meltdowns to terrorism and nuclear menace, the shocks, threats and surprises that befell humanity in 2009 were, more than ever, an experience globally shared.
Ill. prison to get Gitmo detainees
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama has ordered the federal government to acquire an underused state prison in rural Illinois to be the new home for a limited number of terror suspects now held at the U.S.
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