Month: October 2009

News

Clinton Challenges Pakistanis on Al Qaeda

LAHORE, Pakistan — Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, on a visit meant to improve relations with Pakistan, strongly suggested Thursday that some Pakistani officials bore responsibility for allowing terrorists from Al Qaeda to operate from safe havens along this country’s frontier.

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Dormant conscience

Days and the people standing insistence of various religion and sects and political groups and rich and poor, it happened behind the rarely comes along only every four years, is the next match with Algeria to select the team were promoted to World Cup

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Boozy Breslin Clashes With Mosque

The much-hyped, soon-to-open Breslin restaurant, situated in the 12-story Ace Hotel on Broadway and 29th, is giving members of the Masjid Ar-Rahman mosque across the street some agita. “Five times a day, there’s a hundred cabs on the street—the good news is you can always get a cab,” co-owner Ken Friedman told the Transom the other evening. He said some mosque visitors “object to seeing people drink alcohol.”