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From Yale to jail: Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes' path (16)
The founder of the militia group Oath Keepers, Stewart Rhodes, was once a promising Yale Law School graduate Via AP news wire Monday 26 September 2022 05:09 From Yale to jail: Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes' pathShow all 10 From Yale to jail: Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes' pathCapitol Riot Oath Keepers Founder Capitol Riot Oath Keepers Founder Copyright 2017 The Associated Press.
Ceremony and controversy await Harris during visit to Asia (2)
By CHRIS MEGERIAN WASHINGTON Attending funerals on behalf of the United States is normally a straightforward assignment for a vice president, but Kamala Harris will confront controversy at nearly every turn as she visits Asia for the memorial honoring former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. American allies are seeking clarity after mixed messages over whether President Joe Biden would send troops to defend Taiwan from a Chinese
Kishida opens diplomacy rush as Japan preps divisive funeral (3)
The Associated Press September 26, 2022, 4:44 AM TOKYO (AP) - Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida held a series of meetings with foreign dignitaries Monday in what he's called "funeral diplomacy" the day before he hosts a controversial state-sponsored ceremony for former leader Shinzo Abe. Kishida has been criticized for pushing for Tuesday's formal state funeral for Abe, who was assassinated in July, amid questions over their governing
Kishida set to engage in "condolence diplomacy" around Abe funeral (3)
KYODO NEWS - 31 minutes ago - 13:28 Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will meet with more than 30 foreign dignitaries over three days from Monday as the state funeral of slain former leader Shinzo Abe provides a chance to embark on a round of so- called "condolence diplomacy." Prime Minister Fumio Kishida arrives at his office in Tokyo on Sept.
‘An inspiration': Tributes to UK's late queen at UN meeting (1)
The Associated Press September 25, 2022, 10:10 AM UNITED NATIONS (AP) - This year's U.N. General Assembly meeting of world leaders came on the heels of another event that reverberated internationally - the death of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, followed by both an outpouring of tributes and sometimes bitter reflection on the colonialist empire that came to an end during her seven decades on the throne.
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