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For the small community of Iraqi Americans living in Miami, the past month’s whirlwind of headlines from Iraq is intensely personal.
An ongoing lawsuit has pried loose new records linked to a family of Sarasota Saudis who left home in a hurry just before 9/11.
Burson-Marsteller study finds that more than 83 percent of United Nations governments have Twitter accounts
Iraq’s dire situation has gone from bad dream to nightmare in two weeks of fighting that have seen Sunni Muslim gunmen assert control over a growing area, including, Kurdish officials said Tuesday, at least two towns that lie on a crucial supply route linking Baghdad, the capital, with the mostly Shiite Muslim south.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria sprang from a largely self-funded, corporation-style prototype whose resilience to counterterrorism operations was proven by the time Abu Bakr al Baghdadi assumed command in 2010.
Iraqi rebels seized four critical towns in the restive western province of al Anbar overnight Saturday and Sunday, taking control of the last major border bordering crossing connecting to Syria still in government hands, and opening up a path for the rebels through the strategic Euphrates River Valley down to the provincial capital of Ramadi.
For much of the past century, Rio’s slave history was erased, buried beneath tons of fill and the hustle and bustle of urban life.
China Sourcing Fair
The Miami China Sourcing Fair brings together more than 10,000 buyers from the Americas and about 400 suppliers from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.