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NEW YORK, United States — A former U.S. Army sniper and two other ex-American soldiers were convicted Wednesday in the contract killing of a real estate agent in the Philippines for an international crime boss who thought the woman had cheated him on a land deal. Joseph Hunter, a onetime sergeant ...
In his letter, Inhofe requested the Army secretary give his views regarding the assignment to AFRICOM of one of the six new Security Forces Assistant Brigades ... Doctors and teachers in Algeria, Kenya, Togo and Nigeria have been carrying out protests and strikes, in many cases completely shutting down ...

In the country with a population of less than eight million, clashes with security forces have become commonplace. Dozens of protesters have been arrested and at least eleven people killed. The wave of protests was interrupted in February when Nana Akufo-Addo, president of neighboring Ghana, ...
Togo D. West Jr., who as secretary of the Army in the 1990s oversaw its wrenching post-Gulf War conversion to a truncated peacetime fighting force that granted women more combat roles and vowed to shield them from sexual abuse, died Thursday, March 8, 2018 on a cruise ship in the Caribbean. He was ...
In this Feb. 6, 2018, file photo, dawn breaks over the Capitol in Washington. The once bipartisan drive to curb increases in health care premiums has devolved into a partisan struggle with escalating demands by each side. It's unclear they'll be able to reach an agreement. And the two parties may end up ...

According to Israel's Army Radio, the countries have conditioned their moves on an official visit to their countries by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin ... countries that voted against that proposal included Israel, the United States, Honduras, Guatemala, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau and Togo.
Togo D. West Jr., a government lawyer and high-ranking Clinton administration official who oversaw Army investigations into sexual harassment, served two rocky years as secretary of veterans affairs, and later directed investigations into the mistreatment of veterans at Walter Reed Army Medical Center ...

Togo D. West Jr., a government lawyer and high-ranking Clinton administration official who oversaw Army investigations into sexual harassment, served two rocky years as secretary of veterans affairs and later directed investigations into the mistreatment of veterans at Walter Reed Army Medical Center ...
Togo D. West Jr., a government lawyer and high-ranking Clinton administration official who oversaw Army investigations into sexual harassment, served two rocky years as secretary of veterans affairs, and later directed investigations into the mistreatment of veterans at Walter Reed Army Medical Center ...
The political negotiations between Togo's ruling Gnassingbe regime and the opposition will continue in Ghana in the coming days, an opposition ... The opposition coalition has demanded “measures for de-escalation,” including the release of detained prisoners and the withdrawal of security forces from ...
Togo is the only West African country that has yet to experience a democratic handover. But several leaders within the Togolese opposition are quick to emphasize that it's not for lack of effort. “There was Tunisia; there was Egypt, Libya, Burkina [Faso]; these countries copied us,” National Alliance for ...
“The Togolese authorities must stop harassing pro-democracy activists and human rights defenders in relation to the widespread protests that have been ... at the “repressive response of the security forces” accusing them of using live bullets, tear gas and batons against peaceful protesters and bystanders.
Togolese security forces must refrain from using force during peaceful protests, Amnesty International said today. Since mid-August, eight people have been killed, including four shot dead in mass protests calling for constitutional reforms, including a limit on the number of presidential terms. While the ...
At least four people were shot dead on Wednesday in clashes between protesters and security forces in Togo's two largest cities after soldiers and police ... "The army has locked down everywhere and there are small groups that the opposition is calling 'militiamen' with sticks who are warning people not to ...
The 14-party opposition coalition, which has staged anti-government protests since last August, this week decided to resume demonstrations, despite an official ban. But since Wednesday, security forces have closed off all opposition meeting points in the capital. The teargas on Saturday was fired near the ...


 

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