- U.S. Joins False Claims Act Lawsuit Against Kuwait-Based Companies That Supplied Food to U.S. Troops in Middle East
Agents with Defense CriminalInvestigative Service; the Federal Bureau of Investigation; and U.S. Army ... Department announced today. The lawsuit, which was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern ... subsistence prime vendor contracts," said Acting U.S. Attorney F.Gentry Shelnutt. "This Office ...
16/05/2010 - 17:21 - comment 0
- U.S. to give extra $84 million to Jordan for Syrian refugees
$84 million in aid for Syrian refugees, bringing the total U.S. humanitarian assistance to more than ... million in new funding for those affected throughout the region by the war in Syria, according to a U.S. embassy statement issued late last week. “With this funding, total U.S. humanitarian assistance ...
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- U.S. "closely following" Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood trials
U.S. spokesperson Jen Psaki said that Washington ... the trials of Muslim Brotherhood Guidance Bureau leaders , according to remarks made by spokesperson Jen ... of Muslim Brotherhood Guidance Bureau leaders, according to remarks made by spokesperson Jen Psaki ...
12/12/2013 - 13:43 - comment 0
- U.S. wants FBI sent to South Sudan to probe blogger death
The U.S. has asked South Sudan to let them send ... its an overreaction? Or is the U.S. helping out South Sudan for a good cause? Tell us what you think ... United States has asked South Sudan to allow the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) assist ...
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- FBI Admits Some Israelis Removed From U.S. Following Sept. 11; No Connection To Espionage
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation denied ... of The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation denied reports that Israelis had been charged with spying ... is not an issue," Bill Carter, a spokesman for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, said. "No Israeli has been ...
18/05/2010 - 17:18 - comment 0
- Ex-U.S. soldier guilty of 2006 Iraq family massacre found dead in prison
said. Defense lawyers argued that the stress of the combat environment after the 2003-U.S. led invasion of Iraq had prompted Green to commit his crimes. He had been discharged from the U.S. army ... last Thursday , John Stahley, a spokesman for the Federal Bureau of Prisons, said in a statement ...
19/02/2014 - 08:25 - comment 0
- Hilary Clinton beefs up U.S. security overseas, following Benghazi report
The secretary of state accepts the recommendations of a report urging her to improve security for U.S. officials overseas. US Secretary ... Bureau of Diplomatic Security and Bureau of Near East Affairs for criticism. But while it found ...
19/12/2012 - 06:11 - comment 0
- The inaugural Jordan-U.S. Business Forum culminates in the signing of eleven major agreements
The 2011 Jordan – U.S. Business Forum lived up to its ... Jordan – U.S. Business Forum lived up to its promise of facilitating commercial enterprise in the Middle ... apparel production for U.S. and global markets. Leveraging off of WT Tactical’s unique design ...
Press Release - 26/05/2011 - 11:18 - comment 0
- Report: Dozens of "Al Qaeda terrorists" may be living in U.S.
of active Al Qaeda terrorists may be living in the U.S. under refugee status. ... entering the United States as refugees admitted they had attacked U.S. soldiers in Iraq, ABC said ... fingerprints were entered into a database maintained by U.S. military intelligence in Iraq, who routinely ...
21/11/2013 - 05:01 - comment 0
- My Assad beats your Saddam: U.S. set to issue 'most wanted' playing cards for Syria
of the Syrian regime, the London-based Asharq al-Awsat reported Monday, quoting sources from the U.S. ... U.S. strategy, which will be unveiled in the near future according to the report, will provide targeted ... U.S. source saying. Members of Assad's Alawite clan who are not implicated in the bloodshed ...
Editor's Choice - 08/01/2013 - 08:37 - comment 0