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American nurse, child kidnapped in Haiti: aid group

An American nurse and her child have been kidnapped in Haiti, a Christian aid group said Saturday, days after the US government ordered its nonessential personnel out of the impoverished Caribbean country due to spiraling insecurity.

Alix Dorsainvil and her child were kidnapped Thursday morning near Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince, El Roi Haiti said in a statement on its website.

US Senator calls for assurances for Greece, Cyprus in any upgrade of Turkish F-16s

US Senator Chris Van Hollen, a member of the United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, called on a State Department official to get assurances from Turkey that it will not use the F-16 fighter jets it seeks to upgrade to violate Greece's or Cyprus' airspace.

Scientist’s deep dive for alien life leaves his peers dubious

On Jan. 8, 2014, a fireball from space blazed through Earth's atmosphere and crashed into the sea, north of Manus Island off the northeastern coast of Papua New Guinea. Its location, velocity and brightness were recorded by US government sensors and quietly tucked away in a database of similar events.

US expert confirmed Vučić's words about the reasons for the sanctions to Vulin VIDEO

Luke Coffey from the Hudson Institute confirmed for VOA the words of Serbian President Aleksandar Vui this morning about the reasons for sanctioning BIA director Aleksandar Vulin.
As Coffey said, corruption, crime and drugs are certainly not the reason for this.

America’s wars and the US debt crisis

In the year 2000, the US government debt was $3.5 trillion, equal to 35% of the country's gross domestic product (GDP). By 2022, the debt was $24 trillion, equal to 95% of GDP. The US debt is soaring, hence America's current debt crisis. Yet both Republicans and Democrats are missing the solution: stopping America's wars of choice and slashing military outlays.