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Sun StaffThe grainy images of abuse coming from the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq are as disturbing and offensive as they are unsettlingly familiar: a naked man is lying on a cement floor, a woman holding a leash tied to his neck; others are bound and piled naked in a...
Sun StaffJERUSALEM - After months of delays and debate, diplomats formally delivered yesterday an outline of the U.S.-backed Middle East peace plan called the "road map" to the Israeli and Palestinian prime ministers. When and in what form the two sides will...
Tags: Bombings, Diplomacy, Suicide, Gaza Crisis (2008), Government
Associated PressCOCHIN, India -- Four Indians said yesterday they were held against their will by U.S. troops in Iraq to do menial work in an Army camp amid insurgent attacks. The U.S. Embassy said it was investigating the report. Aliyarkunj Faisal, Abdul Aziz...
Tags: Emergency Incidents, Explosions, Kuwait, Iraq
From Wire ReportsISTANBUL, Turkey - U.S. and Turkish officials said that yesterday's deadly bombings against the British Consulate and a London-based bank bore the marks of an al-Qaida operation, while British and American officials warned that more attacks could be on...
Tags: Bombings, Death, Islam, Al-Qaeda, Injuries and Wounds
Sun StaffAlmost as soon as the planes slammed into the World Trade Center, the threatening calls began at the Washington headquarters of the Arab American Institute. Anonymous callers threatened retribution and offered sarcastic compliments on the attacks. The...
Staff And Wire ReportsShocked by the devastating attacks in the United States, a global audience became transfixed yesterday by images broadcast from New York and Washington. Reactions ranged from Norwegians in Oslo leaving flowers in a park near the U.S. Embassy, to...
From Wire ReportsBRIGHTON, England - Britain warned the Taliban yesterday that they had run out of chances to give up Osama bin Laden and now must "surrender the terrorists or surrender power." And in a sign that the Pakistani government is washing its hands of the...
Sun Foreign StaffISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Faced with the threat of an American military strike, Afghanistan's senior Islamic clerics recommended yesterday that the ruling Taliban persuade accused terrorist Osama bin Laden to leave the country. The clerics' decision was an...
Sun StaffA dangerous truth confronted John Dimitri Negroponte as he prepared to take over as U.S. ambassador to Honduras late in 1981. The military in Honduras -- the country from which the Reagan administration had decided to run the battle for democracy in...
Sun StaffDay after day, for 78 days, Ines Consuelo Murillo was tortured by a secret Honduran military intelligence unit called Battalion 316. Her captors tied the 24-year-old woman's hands and feet, hung her naked from the ceiling and beat her with their fists....
Tags: Kidnapping, Cuba, Theft, Civil Unrest, Civil Rights
Sun StaffTORONTO -- Jose Barrera gulped down a double shot of Sambuca before he began to talk about his past as a torturer and murderer. He recalled how he nearly suffocated people with rubber masks, how he attached wires to their genitals and shocked them with...
Tags: Television, Justice System, Neck, Rape, Judges
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