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11 hrs ago | The Age
Liked the journalism of Norman Mailer and Hunter S. Thompson: James Foley in Aleppo, Syria, in July, 2012.
13 hrs ago | National Public Radio
During the nearly two years that journalist James Foley was held hostage in Syria, before he was killed by the Islamic State this week, Phil Balboni worked hard to get him released.
14 hrs ago | Reuters
Tunisia and Egypt's Cairo airport halted most flights to and from Libya on Thursday for security reasons, officials said, days after the Libyan government said unidentified war planes had attacked positions of armed groups in Tripoli.
18 hrs ago | Fox News
This is a RUSH transcript from "The O'Reilly Factor," August 20, 2014. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
Adm. Samuel Locklear, the person in charge of the U.S. military presence from Hollywood to Bollywood, told a San Diego audience Tuesday that he thought the past two years would go better.
WASHINGTON: American journalist James Foley was a beloved companion to colleagues in dangerous corners of the Middle East and battled to tell the human stories of civilians caught up in chaos.
The world has reacted with shock and disgust to a video showing the beheading of an American journalist by Islamic State militants in retaliation for US airstrikes in Iraq.
The beheading of an American journalist by ISIS forces hits close to home for some southern Colorado journalists.
Journalist James Foley, of Rochester, New Hampshire, during an interview with the Associated Press on May 27, 2011, after being detained in Libya for over 40 days by forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi.
Wearing a blue jacket, a pale shirt, chinos and black shoes, James Foley sat on stage describing his capture and imprisonment by Libyan soldiers loyal to Muammar Gaddafi.
A terrified mother trapped in the war-torn Libyan city of Benghazi with her three grown-up children is desperate to return to Wales.
Foley, a correspondent for Boston news site GlobalPost, spent 44 days in captivity in Libya in 2011 after attempting to report on the uprising against Moamar Gaddafi.
The American photojournalist James Wright Foley was working for Agence France Presse when he was captured crossing the Syria-Turkish border in 2012.
These porcelain busts of presidents and dictators are actually computer speakers, so you can get down with your favorite head of state.
The security and humanitarian situation in Libya last week took a nose dive as fighting between rival militias almost shut down the country, obliging thousands of foreigners to leave.
A key figure in the international corruption probe into engineering firm SNC-Lavalin has reached a deal to plead guilty to charges in Switzerland - a development that could hasten his extradition to Canada.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 01:43 pm
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