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Met Police In Kenya Over, Kabul Siege Ends After 19-Hour Stand-Off and other World news

The world news of 2011-09-14 on Tamugaia - Met Police In Kenya Over Murder And Kidnap, and Kabul Siege Ends After 19-Hour Stand-Off.
Met Police In Kenya Over Murder And Kidnap - A team of Metropolitan Police officers have travelled to Kenya to help authorities investigating the murder of a British man and the kidnap of his wife.... [ View ]

Kabul Siege Ends After 19-Hour Stand-Off - A siege in Kabul which saw Taliban fighters in a stand-off with security forces in the Afghan capital has ended after 19 hours, according to authorities.... [ View ]

Kidnap: What Goes On Behind The Scenes - No two kidnap situations are the same. The individual or individuals taken, the location, the ransom, the motive - these factors are always different.... [ View ]

Crowd Pulls Biker From Under Burning Car - The dramatic moment bystanders pulled a motorcyclist out from under a burning car has been captured on film.... [ View ]

GOP's Turner Wins in NYC Stunner - Jessica Taylor, Natl JnrlAbout Us Questions? Call us at 800-207-8001HOWARD BEACH, N.Y. -- Republican Bob Turner won a special election Tuesday in a New York City congressional district that has bee... [ View ]

Why Obama is Losing the Jewish Vote - Dan Senor, Wall Street JournalNew York's special congressional election on Tuesday was the first electoral outcome directly affected by President Obama's Israel policy. Democrats were forced to... [ View ]

Romney and Perry Battle for the West - Erin McPike, RealClearPoliticsBy Erin McPike - September 14, 2011Just one day after Gov. Jan Brewer announced that Arizona will join the GOP roster of early nominating states -- with voting on Feb. 28 --... [ View ]

Balancing the Budget and Saving the Environment - Tom Friedman, NYTEvery time I listen to Gov. Rick Perry of Texas and Representative Michele Bachmann of Minnesota talk about how climate change is some fraud perpetrated by scientists trying to gin up mon... [ View ]

Solyndra May Become Obama's First Scandal - Ed Morrissey, The Week... [ View ]

Revealed: secret government plans to win back women - ... [ View ]

American poverty levels hit record high - ... [ View ]

Argentina: 7 dead, 162 injured in bus-train crash - ... [ View ]

New al Qaeda tape praises Arab Spring - ... [ View ]

Japan’s hunt for new leaders - ... [ View ]

China recognises Libya’s rebel govt - ... [ View ]

Palestinians Seek To End Stalemate With U.N. Bid - The Palestinians say they are frustrated after years of on-and-off negotiations with Israel. And next week the Palestinians say they will ask the United Nations for statehood, despite the objections of Isr... [ View ]

Freedoms Flourish On Walls Across Tripoli - In Libya under Moammar Gadhafi, the regime strictly controlled what images were allowed in public, and anti-government graffiti was met with a harsh response. Now, graffiti denouncing Gadhafi and declaring... [ View ]

Government: Kabul Attack Over, Assailants Killed - The Afghan government says the two-day insurgent assault in the heart of Kabul has ended and all the attackers have been killed. The Interior Ministry says the area around the building... [ View ]

Death Toll In Kenya Pipeline Explosion Rises To 87 - The death toll from a gasoline pipeline explosion in the Kenyan capital has risen to 87, a Red Cross official said Tuesday, as the Kenyan government declared two days of mourning for the victims of the... [ View ]

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