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Petraeus explains Iraq’s link to U.S. security - WASHINGTON — The top commander and diplomat in Iraq told reporters at the National Press Club today that what happens in Iraq is critical to long-term U.S. security.

Outfitter Charged in Houston with Illegal Import of Wildlife - WASHINGTON—Robert Kern, the president of the Hunting Consortium, a hunting outfitter based in Berryville, Va., and the company itself were both indicted today by a federal grand jury in Houston for violating the Lacey Act, Ronald J. Tenpas, Acting Assistant Attorney General for the

Future Retreat of Arctic Sea Ice Will Lower Polar Bear Populations - Future reduction of sea ice in the Arctic could result in a loss of 2/3 of the world’s polar bear population within 50 years according to a series of studies released today by the U.S. Geological Survey.

U.S. Life Expectancy Hits New High - A child born in the United States in 2005 can expect to live nearly 78 years (77.9) – a new high – according to a report released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

ICE establishes program with 3 historically black colleges - WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, in a special ceremony, Homeland Security Assistant Secretary for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

Fasting is not just abstaining from eating - Perhaps a fasting person will gain nothing from his fast save hunger, and perhaps the one who stands to pray at night will gain nothing from his standing except sleeplessness

GIO Minister Shieh welcomes Freedom House's support for Taiwan's UN Referendum - Freedom House, the internationally renowned non-governmental organization based in the United States, issued a press release on September 10, expressing its opposition

China's New national bureau to stem corruption - China announced Thursday the establishment of the National Bureau of Corruption Prevention (NBCP).

Sergey Lavrov Following Talks with Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay Reinaldo Gargano, Montevideo, - Sergey Lavrov: It is a great pleasure for me to be in Uruguay after you visited Moscow last year, after we held regular talks in Brasilia last December within the framework of the MERCOSUR-Russia meeting.

Marine reserve seeks balance between biodiversity, sustainable development - Washington – The seas and coastline of Indonesia's East Kalimantan province, on the island of Borneo, are a biological wonder. A recent scientific survey found

Tropical Depression EIGHT - This graphic shows an approximate representation of coastal areas under a hurricane warning (red), hurricane watch (pink), tropical storm warning (blue) and tropical storm watch

CAIR, APPNA, IMANA encourage Muslims to use discipline of Ramadan fast to stop smoking - A prominent national Islamic civil rights and advocacy group and two organizations representing American Muslim physicians today encouraged U

FORWARD OPERATING BASE MEHTAR LAM - Afghan instructors are training Afghan national police officers in a series of security forces classes here, while two American Airmen provide watchful mentorship.

Saturn's Moon Iapetus, looking Good - All the data were successfully recorded on the spacecraft. Twenty-one minutes into the first post-flyby data downlink, the spacecraft went into a precautionary

Vladimir Putin has accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov's government. - Mr Fradkov tendered his resignation saying that the country is facing political changes and that he wants to give the president full freedom of decision-making including staff

PM Fradkov asks to dismiss the Russian Government - Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov has asked President Putin to dismiss the government.

Interview of Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Yakovenko on the Upcoming UN General Assembly - Question: Politically the events scheduled for September always stand by themselves in the work of the Security Council. A session of the UN General Assembly traditionally begins at this time. It will be held this year under

World's Most Powerful Bomb, Russia Has It - The Russian military says it has successfully tested the world's most powerful non-nuclear bomb. The device is said to be as potent as an atomic

Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov Following Talks with President Alan Garcia of the Republic of Peru - Your meeting last week in Sidney with Russian President Vladimir Putin had a major significance for imparting new quality to our trade-and-economic cooperation, which needs upgrading to the level of our excellent

NRC Special Inspection Team to the McGuire nuclear power plant - The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is sending a Special Inspection Team to the McGuire nuclear power plant, operated by Duke Energy near Huntersville

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