News from the Field

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Red Cross Pauses in Pakistan

The Red Cross suspended its work in most of Pakistan yesterday following the murder of a health program manager. Khalil Rasjed Dale was abducted on his way home from work in January and later... Read More

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Cyclist Investigated for Race Crash

USA Cycling has launched an investigation into a crash that left top rider Isaac Howe with a double clavicle fracture in Saturday's Electric City Circuit race in South Carolina. According to... Read More

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Alleged Plot Against Olympics Halted

Russia's security services on Thursday announced the arrests of three men and the seizure of a cache of weapons that could have have been used to attack the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi,... Read More

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DeChristopher Appeal Today in Denver

Lawyers for environmental activist Tim DeChristopher appeared in a federal court in Denver on Thursday to appeal his two-year jail sentence for disrupting a 2008 federal oil-lease auction. In July,... Read More

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Ferrari Burns Rubber on Ancient Wall

Italian car-maker Ferrari has apologized for an advertising stunt in Nanjing, China, this week that left tire marks on a 600-year-old wall. Ferrari had rented a section of the ancient wall to... Read More