Turkish, Lebanese hostages head home after deal The nine Shiite pilgrims were kidnapped in May 2012 while on their way from Iran to Lebanon via Turkey and Syria. Residents of the mostly Shiite southern suburb of Beirut fired celebratory gunfire into the air, waved the Lebanese national flag and recited ... 10/19/2013 - 5:16 am | View Link
Lebanese Shiite pilgrims kidnapped in Syria freed BEIRUT — Nine Shiite pilgrims from Lebanon kidnapped in Syria were freed late Friday night as part of a negotiated hostage deal that could see two Turkish pilots held by Lebanese militants released, officials said. The complicated three-way deal also ... 10/18/2013 - 3:17 pm | View Link
Lebanese Shiite pilgrims kidnapped in Syria freed BEIRUT Nine Shiite pilgrims from Lebanon kidnapped in Syria were freed late Friday night as part of a negotiated hostage deal that could see two Turkish pilots held by Lebanese militants released, officials said. The complicated three-way deal also ... 10/18/2013 - 10:00 am | View Link
Lebanese official in Syria for deal on kidnapped ‘pilgrims’ The nine Lebanese citizens were kidnapped in May 2012 in Syria’s northern Aleppo province, as they were returning from a pilgrimage to Iran. Their families insist they were simply religious travellers, but their kidnappers accused them of belonging to ... 10/18/2013 - 12:48 am | View Link
Lebanese PM heads to Turkey over abduction of pilgrims Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati is heading to Turkey on Wednesday to follow up on the case of 11 Lebanese Shiite pilgrims kidnapped in Syria, a government source told AFP. “Mikati, commissioned by the cabinet, will travel Wednesday evening to Turkey ... 05/29/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Americans have been in a sunny mood since the Nov. 8 election of Donald Trump ended a divisive presidential campaign and increased the odds of a tax cut and a repeal of President Barack Obama's health care law.
Economists closely monitor consumers' mood because their spending accounts for about 70 percent of U.
The Arkansas Senate has passed legislation that aims to reduce the state's prison population by giving some nonviolent offenders more breaks before being sent to prison.
The legislation would allow such offenders to be sanctioned to county jails or community correction facilities for up to six times for minor offenses before being sent to prison on full revocation.
El presidente Donald Trump reconoció que hay muchos cargos oficiales que no se han llenado pero dice que "son innecesarios".
En una entrevista con el programa "Fox & Friends" de Fox News Channel transmitida el martes, el mandatario dijo que posiblemente esas posiciones quedarán vacías.
¿Qué hace toda esa gente?
El presidente Donald Trump dice creer que el ex presidente Barack Obama es el responsable de algunas de las protestas contra legisladores republicanos que han estallado en diversas partes del país.
En una entrevista con el programa "Fox & Friends" de Fox News Channel transmitida el martes, el mandatario dijo: "Creo que el presidente Obama es el culpable porque ciertamente su gente es la culpable".
En una entrevista con el programa "Fox & Friends" de Fox News Channel transmitida el martes, el mandatario habló en respuesta a una versión de Politico de que Spicer convocó a una "reunión de emergencia" luego que se filtraron detalles de un encuentro, y que revisó los teléfonos de sus subalternos.
Early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade Tue.:
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A bill that would prohibit abortion after 20 weeks has cleared a Senate subcommittee, joining several GOP-led legislative efforts to restrict abortion in Iowa.
The legislation passed the Senate human resources subcommittee Tuesday amid a tight legislative deadline that demands policy bills pass full committees before the end of the week.
Turkish officials say authorities have arrested three alleged Islamic State militants who are suspected of having trained to become suicide bombers.
A brief statement from the Gaziantep governor's office issued Tuesday said two of the suspects were detained Feb. 14 in the province that borders Syria, while the third suspect was captured a week later in the neighboring province of Adiyaman.