Steven Lee Myers The New York Times

'Steven Lee Myers The New York Times' - 9 News Result(s)

  • Planned UN Resolution Takes Aim at ISIS Funding
    World News | Steven Lee Myers and Somini Sengupta, The New York Times | Saturday December 5, 2015
    A special meeting of the Security Council will try to bolster efforts to cut off revenues that the Islamic State raises in its territory.
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  • Against odds, path opens up for US-Taliban talks
    World News | Steven Lee Myers Matthew Rosenberg and Eric Schmitt, The New York Times | Thursday January 12, 2012
    Over the last year, Marc Grossman, a veteran but low-key diplomat, led a small team of American officials who met secretly from Doha, Qatar, to Munich with a shadowy representative of Afghanistan's Taliban leader, Mullah Muhammad Omar, in hopes of starting peace talks.
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  • Clinton urges countries not to stifle online voices
    World News | Steven Lee Myers and Heather Timmons, The New York Times | Friday December 9, 2011
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and other international leaders urged countries and private businesses on Thursday to fight increasing efforts to restrict access to the Internet by repressive governments and even some democratic ones.
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  • In fog of war, rift widens between US and Pakistan
    World News | Steven Lee Myers, New York Times | Monday November 28, 2011
    The NATO air attack that killed at least two dozen Pakistani soldiers over the weekend reflected a fundamental truth about American-Pakistani relations when it comes to securing the unruly border with Afghanistan: the tactics of war can easily undercut the broader strategy that leaders of both countries say they share.
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  • Hillary Clinton issues blunt warning to Pakistan
    World News | Steven Lee Myers, The New York Times | Thursday October 20, 2011
    Setting the stage for a high-level diplomatic showdown, US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton bluntly warned Pakistan's leaders on Thursday that they would face serious consequences if they continued to tolerate safe havens for extremist organisations that have crossed the border to attack Americans and Afghans.
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  • 'Good day for America', says Obama
    World News | Steven Lee Myers and Elisabeth Bumiller, The New York Times | Tuesday May 3, 2011
    Calling it a "good day for America," President Obama said on Monday that the death of Osama bin Laden had made the world "a better place," as new details emerged about the overnight raid and firefight in Pakistan that killed him. (Watch: Obama on Osama's death)"The world is safer," Mr. Obama said as he appeared at a White House ceremony bestowing ...
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  • Nine-month plan is set for crippled Japan nuclear plant
    World News | Ken Belson, Steven Lee Myers, The New York Times | Sunday April 17, 2011
    Tokyo Electric Power Company said Sunday that it hopes to bring the reactors at its hobbled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into a stable state known as cold shutdown within the next nine months, during which the three damaged reactor buildings at the facility will be covered.The goals are part of a two-part plan that represents Tokyo Electri...
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  • Allied leaders agree that Gaddafi must be removed
    World News | Steven Lee Myers, The New York Times | Tuesday March 29, 2011
    Leaders of the four dozen countries and international organizations meeting here on Tuesday made it clear that the NATO-led military operation in Libya would end only with the removal of Col. Moammar el-Gaddafi, even though that is not the stated aim of the United Nations resolution authorizing it. "When the fighting is over, we will need to put ri...
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  • Obama takes hard line with Libya after shift by Clinton
    World News | Helene Cooper and Steven Lee Myers, The New York Times | Saturday March 19, 2011
    In a Paris hotel room on Monday night, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton found herself juggling the inconsistencies of American foreign policy in a turbulent Middle East. She criticized the foreign minister of the United Arab Emirates for sending troops to quash protests in Bahrain even as she pressed him to send planes to intervene in Liby...
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'Steven Lee Myers The New York Times' - 9 News Result(s)

  • Planned UN Resolution Takes Aim at ISIS Funding
    World News | Steven Lee Myers and Somini Sengupta, The New York Times | Saturday December 5, 2015
    A special meeting of the Security Council will try to bolster efforts to cut off revenues that the Islamic State raises in its territory.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Against odds, path opens up for US-Taliban talks
    World News | Steven Lee Myers Matthew Rosenberg and Eric Schmitt, The New York Times | Thursday January 12, 2012
    Over the last year, Marc Grossman, a veteran but low-key diplomat, led a small team of American officials who met secretly from Doha, Qatar, to Munich with a shadowy representative of Afghanistan's Taliban leader, Mullah Muhammad Omar, in hopes of starting peace talks.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Clinton urges countries not to stifle online voices
    World News | Steven Lee Myers and Heather Timmons, The New York Times | Friday December 9, 2011
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and other international leaders urged countries and private businesses on Thursday to fight increasing efforts to restrict access to the Internet by repressive governments and even some democratic ones.
    www.ndtv.com
  • In fog of war, rift widens between US and Pakistan
    World News | Steven Lee Myers, New York Times | Monday November 28, 2011
    The NATO air attack that killed at least two dozen Pakistani soldiers over the weekend reflected a fundamental truth about American-Pakistani relations when it comes to securing the unruly border with Afghanistan: the tactics of war can easily undercut the broader strategy that leaders of both countries say they share.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Hillary Clinton issues blunt warning to Pakistan
    World News | Steven Lee Myers, The New York Times | Thursday October 20, 2011
    Setting the stage for a high-level diplomatic showdown, US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton bluntly warned Pakistan's leaders on Thursday that they would face serious consequences if they continued to tolerate safe havens for extremist organisations that have crossed the border to attack Americans and Afghans.
    www.ndtv.com
  • 'Good day for America', says Obama
    World News | Steven Lee Myers and Elisabeth Bumiller, The New York Times | Tuesday May 3, 2011
    Calling it a "good day for America," President Obama said on Monday that the death of Osama bin Laden had made the world "a better place," as new details emerged about the overnight raid and firefight in Pakistan that killed him. (Watch: Obama on Osama's death)"The world is safer," Mr. Obama said as he appeared at a White House ceremony bestowing ...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Nine-month plan is set for crippled Japan nuclear plant
    World News | Ken Belson, Steven Lee Myers, The New York Times | Sunday April 17, 2011
    Tokyo Electric Power Company said Sunday that it hopes to bring the reactors at its hobbled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into a stable state known as cold shutdown within the next nine months, during which the three damaged reactor buildings at the facility will be covered.The goals are part of a two-part plan that represents Tokyo Electri...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Allied leaders agree that Gaddafi must be removed
    World News | Steven Lee Myers, The New York Times | Tuesday March 29, 2011
    Leaders of the four dozen countries and international organizations meeting here on Tuesday made it clear that the NATO-led military operation in Libya would end only with the removal of Col. Moammar el-Gaddafi, even though that is not the stated aim of the United Nations resolution authorizing it. "When the fighting is over, we will need to put ri...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Obama takes hard line with Libya after shift by Clinton
    World News | Helene Cooper and Steven Lee Myers, The New York Times | Saturday March 19, 2011
    In a Paris hotel room on Monday night, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton found herself juggling the inconsistencies of American foreign policy in a turbulent Middle East. She criticized the foreign minister of the United Arab Emirates for sending troops to quash protests in Bahrain even as she pressed him to send planes to intervene in Liby...
    www.ndtv.com
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