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White House: We Should Have Sent Top Official to Paris

January 13, 2015 0

Washington admitted Monday it erred in not sending a top official to attend a solidarity rally in France following last week's terror attacks in Paris. At a news conference, White House spokesman Josh Earnest backpedaled […]

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US to Host Anti-terror Summit

January 12, 2015 0

The United States said it will host a summit in Washington next month on preventing violent extremism, as European and American leaders call for stronger measures to monitor people online and at borders. U.S. Attorney […]

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Obama: America Experiencing Economic Growth

January 11, 2015 0

U.S. President Barack Obama says 2014 was a "breakthrough year" for America and he has the "evidence to back that up." The president said in his weekly address Saturday that 2014 was the strongest year […]

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Journalists In U.S. Remembers Fallen Liberian Colleagues

January 8, 2015 0

By V. Gardea Woodson, LINA USA Correspondent – The interim leadership of the Association of Liberian Journalists in the Americas (ALJA) has described the recent deaths of three Liberian journalists as “unfortunate and irreparable.” The […]

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US Disavows Knowledge of Taiwan Flag Raising in Washington

January 6, 2015 0

The United States has disavowed any advance knowledge of a controversial New Year’s Day ceremony involving the raising of the Taiwan flag over the residence of the Taiwan representative to Washington.  China’s Foreign Ministry denounced […]

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Boston Marathon Bombing Trial Set to Begin Monday

January 5, 2015 0

Jury selection for the trial of suspected Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev is set to begin Monday. Last week, an appeals court rejected a request by Tsarnaev's lawyers to delay the trial or move it […]

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