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National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden poses with German Green party parliamentarian Hans-Christian Stroebele in Moscow on October 31. Stroebele returned from the meeting with a letter from Snowden to German authorities, which was distributed to the media.
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A battle had been brewing over President Obama's nomination of Debo Adegbile to head the civil rights division of the Justice Department.
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Former Guantanamo Bay detainee British citizen Moazzam Begg, pictured here at a 2012 press conference, is accused of providing instruction and training for terrorism and funding terrorism overseas.
Six experts with the U.N.'s top human rights body wrote to the administration of President Nicolas Maduro about allegations of protesters being beaten and in some cases severely tortured by security forces, and taken to military facilities, cut off from communication and denied legal help, U.N. officials said.
Eight Colombian military personnel were arrested Wednesday for the alleged extrajudicial killing of two civilians, in what is the latest episode in the ongoing "false positives" saga.
He told me that a settlement could, in his view, involve Russia negotiating with Ukraine a lease on Crimea - which he regarded as analogous to America's lease on Guantanamo in Cuba.
An inmate death at a private jail facility near Robstown is raising questions. The inmate was a recent graduate of the Navy flight school at Naval Air Station-Corpus Christi.
There was a lot of emotion onboard the U.S.S. Lexington Tuesday as a longtime member of Naval Air Station-Corpus Christi said his goodbyes at a special retirement ceremony.
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Mouloud Tahari, from Birmingham, spoke only to confirm his name and date of birth at an appearance in Westminster Magistrates' Court in London on a charge of facilitating terrorism overseas.
Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair. Sinclair, once a rising star among the Army's top battle commanders, faces a court-martial on charges that include physically forcing a female captain under his command to perform oral sex.