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2017-06-19 Otto Warmbier: US student sent home from North Korea dies
C. 2017-06-15 US doctors dispute N Korean coma story Ohio
D. 2017-06-13 Otto Warmbier: North Korea releases jailed US student 'in coma' North Korea
4. 2017-05-07 North Korea 'detains US citizen Kim Hak-song' Pyongyang, North Korea
5. 2017-04-23 North Korean university names detained US citizen Pyongyang, North Korea
G. 2017-03-24 Singapore teen blogger Amos Yee granted US asylum Chicago
H. 2017-01-28 Trump order: Refugees detained at US airports JFK, New York
I. 2017-01-25 Trump says he believes waterboarding works Washington
J. 2016-09-05 UN human rights chief condemns Western 'demagogues' UN

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Otto Warmbier: US student sent home from North Korea dies Map of University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati Ohio Ohio  Ohio: Warmbier, 22, was serving 15 years of hard labour for attempting to steal a propaganda sign from a hotel. He had been in a coma for a year. US doctors dispute N Korean coma story. Ohio Otto Warmbier: North Korea releases jailed US student 'in coma'  US student Otto Warmbier has been freed from jail in North Korea, but his parents say he has been in a coma for a year Trump order: Refugees detained at US airports. New York US man Kim Dong-chul jailed for spying in North Korea Obama and Castro spar over human rights. Cuba US student Otto Warmbier given hard labour in North Korea Jason Rezaian and three other US prisoners freed in Iran  Iran has released Washington Post reporter and three other Iranian-American prisoners as it anticipates the lifting of international sanctio... Trials would aid fight against corruption - Obama. Kenya Department of Justice probe into police custody death Map of Baltimore


year 2017 Top ^

Jun.19
Jun.15
Jun.13
May.7  North Korea 'detains US citizen Kim Hak-song'
Apr.23  North Korean university names detained US citizen
Mar.24  Singapore teen blogger Amos Yee granted US asylum
Jan.28
Jan.25  Trump says he believes waterboarding works


year 2016 Top ^

Sep.5  UN human rights chief condemns Western 'demagogues'
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Mar.15
Jan.22  North Korea arrests US student for 'hostile act'
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Jul.25
Jul.21  Sandra Bland arrest video released by Texas officials
Apr.21
  Baltimore: DOJ has opened an investigation into the death of Freddie Gray, a black man, who died from spinal injuries suffered while in police custody.    Gray, 25, died in hospital on Sunday, a week after being arrested in Baltimore. ...
Mar.7  Obama hails Selma march 'heroes'

year 2014 Top ^

Dec.11  CIA boss defends post 9/11 tactics Dec.10  Afghanistan decries CIA 'violations' Dec.9  CIA report sparks prosecution calls CIA lied over 'brutal' interrogations   U.S. Senate: The CIA carried out 'brutal' interrogations of al-Qaeda suspects in the years after the 9/11 attacks on the US, a US Senate report has said Dec.3 Federal probe into NY chokehold case   New York: The Justice Dept is to launch a civil rights investigation into the death of a black man who died after being placed in a headlock by a white... Nov.12  Obama warns of Myanmar 'backsliding' Nov.8   North Korea frees detained US men Miller and Bae  2 Americans who were being held in detention in N. Korea, Matthew Todd Miller and Kenneth Bae, have been released and are on their way home Sep.14  US citizen sentenced to six years in prison with labor by North Korea Sep.1  US works to free trio in N Korea Jun.29  North Korea to put US men on trial Jun.5  N Korea 'detains third American' May.10 Michelle Obama: Nigeria kidnappings 'unconscionable'
. Washington Mar.20 Twitter 'blocked' in Turkey  Twitter users in Turkey report that the social media site has been blocked in the country. PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed to 'wipe out Twitter' Feb.7  American jailed in North Korea returned to work camp Jan.21  US and UN 'horror' at Syria report Jan.17 Obama announces plan to curb NSA. Washington Jan.9  Rodman sorry over N Korea detainee

year 2013 Top ^

Dec.12  US captive in Iran said to be CIA Dec.1  U.S. 'concerned' about elderly detainee Oct.30  Google outrage at 'NSA hacking' Aug.27  US envoy in N Korea prisoner mission Aug.15  Obama condemns Egypt bloodshed Jul.14  Critics' dismay at Zimmerman verdict Jul.12 Snowden meets activists at airport
. Moscow Jul.11  US warning to Egypt over arrests Jun.13  NSA chief in rare Senate briefing Jun.10   US spy leaker 'defending liberty'
   Hong Kong: Edward Snowden, ex-CIA employee has said he acted to 'protect basic liberties for people around the world' in leaking details of US surveillance
 Edward Snowden, 29, was revealed as the source of the leaks at his own request by the Guardian newspaper. Snowden, who has fled to Hong Kong, said he had an 'obligation to help free people from oppression'
Jun.6  US clarifies internet tapping policy US agency 'collecting phone records'  The US National Security Agency (NSA) is collecting the telephone records of tens of millions of Americans, according to the Guardian newspa... May.13  AP condemns US phone records seizure May.1 N Korea jails US man for 15 years
. North Korea Feb.24  US forces 'must leave' Afghan region Jan.9  N Korea 'urged to widen Internet'

year 2012 Top ^

Sep.18  USAid shuts down Russia operation Aug.1  Chen seeks US pressure on China May.25  China hits back on U.S. human rights May.23   Pakistani doctor in bin Laden raid gets 33 years in prison   Peshawar: Shakeel Afridi accused of helping the CIA track down Osama bin Laden was sentenced Wednesday to 33 years in prison for treason May.19 Rights activist Chen arrives in U.S.
. New York May.15  Chen tells U.S. lawmakers of reprisals May.2  Chinese activist wants to go to U.S. May.1  Escape overshadows US-China talks Apr.27 China dissident 'in US embassy'
  Beijing: Chen Guangcheng is in the US embassy in Beijing following his dramatic escape from house arrest, fellow activist Hu Jia has told the BBC.    Chen - who is blind - had scaled a high wall a...
Mar.5  Iran cancels death sentence for American Mar.1 NGO workers leave Egypt on U.S. military plane Feb.14 China's Xi defends rights record. Washington Jan.28  US fears for Bin Laden 'informer'

year 2011 Top ^

Dec.1 Hillary Clinton meets Aung San Suu Kyi
. Myanmar Sep.26  Hikers detail Iran's 'ridiculous lies' Sep.21 U.S. hikers in Iran freed  American hikers Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer were released from an Iranian prison into the care of an Omani official Sep.13 U.S. hikers jailed in Iran may be released Aug.20   U.S. hikers get eight years in prison  Iran: The two U.S. hikers detained for two grueling years in Iran on spying charges have been sentenced to eight years in prison Aug.18 Obama says al-Assad must go. Washington Feb.23  Obama condemns crackdown in Libya Feb.8  US urges faster change in Egypt

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Sep.29  U.S. adds more sanctions against Iran Sep.14 Freed US hiker vows to help friends   Tehran: A jubilant American Sarah Shourd reunited with her mother, after authorities released her from a Tehran prison where she had been held for 14... Sep.10 Iran calls off release of American hiker
Jan.12 Google reports China-based attack  San Francisco Bay Area: Google says pullout possible. The company and at least 20 others were victims of a highly sophisticated and targeted attack in mid-December

year 2009 Top ^

Nov.9  Iran to charge U.S. hikers with espionage Aug.23  CIA report alleges prisoner abuse Aug.15  Myanmar hands American to U.S. officials Aug.4  Two freed US reporters head home   N. Korean leader pardons U.S. journalists   North Korea: President Kim Jong Il has pardoned and ordered the release of two U.S. journalists after Bill Clinton met with top North Korean officials Jun.7 Reporters get 12-year terms in N. Korea   North Korea: Two U.S. journalists who were detained in North Korea while covering the plight of defectors have been sentenced to 12 years in labor camps Jun.3  US presses China over Tiananmen May.13  Obama stopped to detainee photo releases May.11 U.S. journalist freed in Iran
Apr.23 US women 'face North Korea trial' Apr.18 Iran jails journalist as US spy Apr.16  US releases Bush-era interrogation memos Mar.25  YouTube blocked in China Feb.21  Clinton: Human rights 'cannot interfere'

year 2008 Top ^

Aug.6  Bush chides China over human rights Feb.21  UK: CIA rendition flights used British soil

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.6 CIA 'wiped' interrogation tapes
Nov.5  US warns Pakistan over emergency Jul.20  Bush signs order banning 'torture' Jun.8 CIA jails in Europe 'confirmed'. European Union Jun.5  Bush chides Kremlin over democracy May.24 Congress backs Iraq funding bill. U.S. Congress Apr.7  CIA tortured me, says Iran envoy

year 2006 Top ^

Sep.6 Bush admits to CIA secret prisons
. Washington Aug.3  Bush calls for democracy in Cuba Jun.29 Guantanamo tribunals 'illegal'. U.S. Supreme Court Jun.6 Europe 'connived in CIA flights'. European Union Feb.16 U.N. report: Close Guantanamo. UN Feb.15  New Abu Ghraib images broadcast Feb.1  Internet firms 'bowed to Beijing'

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.16  Secret U.S. spy powers sparks anger Nov.20  Bush asks China to expand freedoms Oct.5  Senate backs detainee rights Jun.3  Rumsfeld: China needs freer government Apr.20  Rice calls for change in Belarus Mar.1  U.S. hails Lebanese democracy move

year 2004 Top ^

May.12  New abuse photos are 'even worse'

year 2003 Top ^

Nov.6  Bush demands Mid-East democracy

year 2002 Top ^

Feb.20  Bush visits China

year 2001 Top ^

Nov.14 Aid workers freed  Afghanistan: 8 Western workers airlifted out of the country by a US military helicopter Aug. 14, 1941   Atlantic Charter made public
Map of Placentia Bay Canada
  Maritime Provinces: The Charter was a pivotal policy statement, defined the Allied goals for the post-war world. It was drafted by the leaders of the UK and the U.S.
Dec. 12, 1917 Father Flanagan establishes Boys Town in Omaha Map of Boys Town Nebraska USA  U. S. Midwest: An Irish-born priest of the Catholic Church founded the orphanage known as Boys Town, which now also serves as a center for troubled youth Oct. 28, 1886 Statue of Liberty dedicated Map of Liberty Island USA
  Manhattan: The copper statue was built by Gustave Eiffel. It was a gift to the United States from the people of France
Jul. 19, 1848 First Women's Rights Convention at Seneca Falls, N.Y. Map of Seneca Falls New York USA  Upstate New York: Mott and Stanton organized a women's rights convention at Seneca Falls, New York