Wednesday, September 12, 2012

12-Sep-2012 22:34 U.S.

Deadly Embassy Assault May Have Been Planned, U.S. Suspects :: Ambassador Christopher Stevens was killed along with three of his staff members in an attack on the consulate in Benghazi Tuesday night. It was the first death of an American envoy abroad in more than two decades.

'Small and Savage Group' Kills U.S. Ambassador ::

Expectations Build for Apple's New iPhone :: Can Apple's iPhone keep its crown? When the company introduces its latest device Wednesday, all eyes will be watching to see if it can maintain the place it has long held as top-selling smartphone in the U.S.'s_Most_Popular

U.S. Missions Stormed in Libya, Egypt :: Demonstrators breached the walls of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo and attacked the U.S. consulate in Libya, mounting angry protests over a film by a U.S. producer they said was insulting to Islam.'s_Most_Popular

In boost for Obama, U.S. getting more optimistic: Reuters/Ipsos poll ::

Israeli Leader Blasts U.S. Over Iran :: Israel's prime minister leveled the sharpest attack in years by an Israeli leader against the U.S., over differences on dealing with Iran's nuclear program.'s_Most_Popular

Whistleblower Gets $104 Million :: A former UBS banker who helped the U.S. unleash an international crackdown on tax evasion was awarded $104 million in what is believed to be the largest-ever whistleblower payout to an individual.

Photos of the Day: Sept. 11 :: In today's pictures, Catalonians march for independence from Spain, cows are herded in Germany, Andy Murray wins the U.S. Open, and more.

Egyptians angry at film scale U.S. embassy walls ::


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