Your Search Returned 20 tagged news reports
A new diplomatic road map for the Middle East seems likely to mire the American empire in familiar territory Suzy Hansen The war on terror was sold as a war scarier than all the rest. Even now, it's tempting to see America's foreign-policy blunders
New York Times Public Editor Margaret Sullivan's Sunday column on drone strikes featured an interesting comment about (media?) bias against Republicans from David Rohde , a reporter kidnapped by the Taliban in 2008. First, Sullivan criticized the
Pakistan (AP) — Pakistani is investigating whether the son of the founder of the powerful Haqqani militant network, which has been blamed for high-profile attacks and kidnappings in Afghanistan, was killed in a U.S. drone strike this week, officials
Deciding not to report initially on reporter David Rohde's capture by the Taliban for seven months was "an agonizing position that we revisited over and over again," New York Times executive editor Bill Keller said Sunday. "All along, we were told by
The International Press Institute (IPI) today named two-time Pulitzer Prize winning American author and foreign affairs columnist David Rohde as its 63rd World Press Freedom Hero...Rohde, 44, is a Reuters columnist who received his first Pulitzer
The International Press Institute has named Reuters columnist David Rohde this year's World Press Freedom Hero. It cites the two-time Pulitzer Prize winner's work in Bosnia and Afghanistan in choosing him for the award Tuesday.
Srebrenica moment' [TamilNet, Friday, 22 April 2011, 23:37 GMT] In an article in "The Australian" news paper authored by Gordon Weiss, a former UN spokesperson who accused Sri Lankan Government earlier of killing 10,000 to 40,000 Tamil civilians by
Irrigation canals nurture a lively bloom uncharacteristic of the harsh surroundings. This is not Tucson, but what historian Arnold Toynbee termed a piece of America inserted into the Afghan landscape. Lashkar Gah, which locals once called Little
Held in harsh conditions for 11 weeks, she endured the death of her youngest daughter before she was ransomed. Seven years later, Rowlandson published The Sovereignty and Goodness of God, a best-seller that launched a genre of American literature:
PDT, Sun, Jun 6, 2010 The glory of finishing a marathon. Some say, there's no other feeling like it. It's the power of the marathon is what they say and it really is. You can do anything you set your mind to, runner Debora McLemore said.