Mexican judge cuts ammo charge against Dallas trucker arrested in Juárez CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (AP) - A Mexican appeals judge on Thursday significantly lessened the charge against a Dallas truck driver who says he made a wrong turn into Mexico with a trailer full of ammunition, a decision his attorney said may result in a fine ... 08/23/2012 - 7:37 am | View Link
Dallas trucker's arrest re-enacted in Mexico EL PASO — An attorney for a Dallas trucker whose rig was filled with ammunition when he crossed the Mexican border says a re-enactment confirms his client simply made a wrong turn. A Mexican court authorized Thursday’s re-enactment of when Jabin Bogan ... 07/5/2012 - 11:03 am | View Link
Dallas trucker's arrest to be re-enacted in Mexico EL PASO (AP) -- A Mexican court has authorized a re-enactment of events leading to the arrest of a Dallas trucker who says he made a wrong turn into Mexico with a truckload of ammunition. Jabin Bogan's attorney says experts and prosecutors will attend the ... 07/5/2012 - 6:36 am | View Link
Texas trucker's arrest to be re-enacted in Mexico A Mexican court has authorized a re-enactment of events leading to the arrest of a Dallas trucker who says he made a wrong turn into Mexico while driving a vehicle filled with ammunition. Jabin Bogan's attorney says experts and prosecutors will attend the ... 07/5/2012 - 5:22 am | View Link
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Mohammed Amir Rana, a Pakistani analyst whose Pak Institute for Peace Studies tracks militant organizations, called this a "critical juncture" for people in the country who have been sympathetic to Taliban militants or called for talks with them.
The Taliban said the attack was in retaliation for an army operation launched in June in the North Waziristan tribal area.
Pakistan has long been accused of playing a double game when it comes to dealing with militancy — fostering some militant groups that operate in Afghanistan and India as a way of maintaining influence there, while pursuing other militants who target the Pakistani state.
 a religious school in Islamabad associated with the Lal Masjid mosque named a library this year after slain al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden.
Outside the mosque on Thursday, a group of roughly 60 protesters rallied against its ideological support for militancy — a rare instance of people publicly questioning religious leaders.
Many praised as a hopeful sign Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's decision Wednesday to lift a moratorium on the death penalty in terrorism cases.
While Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and leaders across Latin America are applauding Cuba's decision to swap prisoners with the U. S. in return for easing a longstanding embargo, analysts say the news is bound to shift geopolitical relations across the region and leave Venezuela more isolated.
In June of 1960, my father was a 14-year-old Cuban boy with a round-trip airline ticket from Havana to Madrid, Spain. He spent the summer with family in Spain while Cuba fell deeper and deeper into Fidel Castro's revolution. He didn't realize the extent to which his life back home was quickly crumbling and that the winds of revolution were about to change his life forever.