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Bill Tarrant

What the gunman didn't get - In Squirrel Hill, diversity made us strong

29 Oct 2018

In the 1960s, when I was growing up in Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill district, we used to take the trolley up cobble-stoned Murray Avenue heading downtown, passing through a tableau of European-American Jewish life.

What the gunman didn't get: In Squirrel Hill, diversity made us strong

29 Oct 2018

In the 1960s, when I was growing up in Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill district, we used to take the trolley up cobble-stoned Murray Avenue heading downtown, passing through a tableau of European-American Jewish life.

U.S. mail bomber case prompts call for better postal screening

27 Oct 2018

The arrest on Friday of a man accused of mailing at least 14 explosive devices to prominent Democrats and critics of U.S. President Donald Trump has prompted concern about how the U.S. Postal Service screens against deadly deliveries.

U.S. bombs likely meant to scare rather than kill -experts

25 Oct 2018

A series of package bombs this week that targeted U.S. Democratic politicians, media and public figures who are unpopular with right-wing activists was probably more of a scare tactic than a murder plot, security analysts said.

U.S. bombs likely meant to scare rather than kill: experts

25 Oct 2018

A series of package bombs this week that targeted U.S. Democratic politicians, media and public figures who are unpopular with right-wing activists was probably more of a scare tactic than a murder plot, security analysts said.

Maryland shooting shakes local newspapers that cultivate community ties

29 Jun 2018

About two hours after the shooting in a Maryland newspaper office that killed five people on Thursday, a small newsroom in Ogden, Utah received a telephone call from a man asking about the ideological bent of the newspaper.

Maryland shooting shakes local newspapers that cultivate community ties

29 Jun 2018

June 28 About two hours after the shooting in a Maryland newspaper office that killed five people on Thursday, a small newsroom in Ogden, Utah received a telephone call from a man asking about the ideological bent of the newspaper.

Exclusive: Richardson quits Myanmar's 'whitewash' Rohingya crisis panel

25 Jan 2018

YANGON Veteran U.S. diplomat Bill Richardson has resigned from an international panel set up by Myanmar to advise on the Rohingya crisis, saying it was conducting a "whitewash" and accusing the country's leader Aung San Suu Kyi of lacking "moral leadership". | Video

U.N. urges rethink of Rohingya repatriations to ensure safeguards

24 Jan 2018

PALONG KHALI, Bangladesh/NAYPYITAW, Myanmar The U.N. refugee agency and other groups have urged a rethink of the plan to send Rohingya refugees back to Myanmar amid fears of forced repatriations and the inability of aid agencies to ensure the safety of hundreds of thousands who fled bloodshed at home. | Video

Malaysian financier Jho Low owned firm linked to 1MDB scandal-source

22 Jun 2016

SINGAPORE/KUALA LUMPUR, June 22 For the past year, the Malaysian government has said a company called Good Star Ltd, which received $1.03 billion from the scandal-hit 1MDB investment fund, was owned by the fund's joint venture partner, PetroSaudi International Ltd.

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